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Winthrop Coeds 
Castigate Erter 



Uncomfortable Cubicles 



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Pianist Here Monday 



Circle K 



so LISTEN carefully, poor 
and stupid freshman, while the 
wizened senior tries to tell you 
how it's all done: 

In that schedule booklet you 
got at the first of the semester, 
there is an examination sche- 
dule, but since you got about a 
bushel of paper at the beginning 
of the semester, you probably 
threw it out with the rest of the 
stuff. Go screaming down the 
hall until somebody smarter 
offers you one. Or trudge up 
to the registrar's office and get 
a schedule from them. Unless 
they've run out, as they usually 
do. 



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Tiger Backfield Has New Loo 
Gore, Jackson Provide Speed 



AFROTC Cadet Of Month 



Letter Criticizes Coluni|s 
And Kent's Viet Stand 



Edwards Answers Questions 

oed Bemoans Dance Weekend 



Do I Look Like A Rat? 



Hats off to the vandals who sel 
the fire on the ninth level of John 
stone Hall, Saturday night. Not onk 
did they cause the residents of ha 
B-9 to be evacuated, they made sue 
acts of vandalism that occur in tl 
future punishable by state law. 



low To Build A Homecomin _ 

BEAT HELL 

Dogpatch Comes To Clemson 

Miss CU To Be Crowned At Tigerama p^ Headquarters 

Life Outside install New Officers 



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igers Romp Past 
wamecockSf 23-12 



Swimming Team Getting 
Ready For North Carolina 



man Pitcher Stars ^ama Draft - Dodgei 
n-American Gaines Blowout 



Gold Tiger 
Is Erected 



'67 —Year Of The Tigers 



"On Behalf Of The Board Of Trustees . . ." 



C.U. Students Eny 
Off-Campus Livin| 



Frant Field Jinx 



Who's #1 In ACC 

Whitney 

biebeating gtudeiit Opliiioii Stlrrcd 
By The Pueblo Incident 



ood Services Attacked 

A Features Mitch Ryder, 
bphets, And Buckinghams 

OUTA GA 



THE AVERAGE CLEMSON 
STUDENT is white, 19 years 
old, male, a resident of South 
Carolina, single, Protestant 
(usually Baptist, an engineer- 



ing or arts and sciences major 
who will never graduate. Likes 
the Rat System. 



limson can thank the press of the 

.1 for the blown-up condition of 

necent McNeight case on improper 

ti, 

le newspaper in the Clemsonarea 

ned off a spark of "hot" press 

e ses that soon had the McNeight 

t a statewide controversy. 

^ d almost every newspaper com- 

sied that the Clemson student high 

J I had legalized the mini-skirt on 

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Meal Ticket Misuse 




Men's Residence Coui 
Convicts 19 Students 






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1968 TAPS 



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1968 TAPS 
Annual Publication of Clemson University; Clemson, South Carolina 







JACK W. ERTER, JR Bditor-in-Chiej 

WILLIAM H. TURNER .... Bnswess Manager 
JOHN D. HARTLEY Designer 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 1 

CALENDAR 8 

Fall 9 

Winter 38 

BEAUTIES 63 

SPORTS 81 

ACTIVITIES 143 

ORGANIZATIONS 214 

Honorary' 216 

Professional 237 

Social 285 

Military 313 

Regional 327 

Religious 331 

Athletic 341 

ADMINISTRATION 354 

GRADUATES 390 

CLASSES 408 

Senior 410 

Junior 493 

Sophomore 517 

Freshman 543 

EXTENSIONS 575 

EPILOGUE 588 

ADVERTISING 595 



*JizAt Semedtez . . . Cack to ^chooC . . . 
ozange zat katA . . . waitcngf In Cltte . . . 
ze^Utzation . . . ^ettin^ azgam^ed . . . 
new (ace A . . . tke 'JzeAkman picnic — 
afteznoon jauntA to tke Cake . . . Ackaoi 
Aplzlt . . . pant^ zaldA . . . (izAt (ootCaiC 
gfame . . . IZat 7^op . . . Seat ^eoz^la 

Qul^^eA . . . ^ont fozget *Jeck . . . 

<y^utumn coCoz . . . conAtzuctlan and 
tozn up AtzeetA . . . 'Sam a SCowout . . . 
. . . paztleA . . . moze conAtzuctlon . . . 
'HaCCoween . . . 'Homecoming /Coat a . . . 
'jlgezama . . . a new WIaa GCemAon 

tke Queen and kez Gouzt . . . examA 

too neaz . . . 'HoClda^A at CaAt . . . 
GazoClna-GCemAon . . . CaAt qul^^cA . . . 
panic . . . examA . . . GkzUtmaA {inaCC^ 
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dtudentd In <^ugu6t. 'Jke Se^cnnln^ o^ i.ckooi 
meant Congf ClneA to aiC and tke stazt of a month 
of fzudtzatlon to many new fzeskman. Sut aCC wad 
not Sad ad many dtudentd enjoyed tke 
**7^ Camp" pzioz to tke beginning of dckooC. 




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kept zatA SuA^. '^ootSaCi AeaAott and dance 
weekendA azzived. <y^CC tkcAe activiticA pzeAented 
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acquaintanccA and meet new ^ziendA. 



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footSaCC and pzo/d ^wung into 
kigk geaz. 3ut acti(/itg was not 
Cimited AoieCg to tke gzidizon 
and cCasdZoom. SamaSCowout, 
conceztA, and SeautifuCig dec- 
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dUpCa^A, tke G.74'.-*}Haz^iand 
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afternoon concert. ^ovemSez 
aCdo daw tke famoud 
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time dzew neazez. ^idgzuntCed 
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Czaugkt tke 9. *J. G. U annuaC GhzUtma6 paztg. ^I^ang 
Atudentd mtnedded GCemsonU fczAt zugSg team. 
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'Jzatezmt^ zu^k . . . Sozozit^ zu^k 

Ic^ 6tzeet6 attd AcdewaCkd . . . SaAketSaii 
. . . hectic timed foz tke infizmaz^ . . . 
qui^^ed . ..pazt^ time a^ain. . . ^THidwin- 
tezA . . . dziiC in fi/teen degzee weatkez 
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aCC ttigktezA at *Jap6 . . . Spzing 'Hop 
. . . Wi^itaz^ 3aCi . . . maze qui^^cA 
. . . dpzingf spoztd . . . kaiida^d . . . a 
weCcome 6zeak . . . ^zeek gamea^ . . . 
tke end in sight . . . Sadtez . . . ^unioz- 
Senioz . . . czam . . . a dag ^oz Seniozs 
. . . examd . . . ^zaduation . . . jog and 
teazA . . . what a geaz . . . *jke Snd/ 



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foz tke jfzatd in CeAA than ideaC weatkez. SadketSaiC 
AeaAon azzlved at GCemson and was hcgMcgkted with 
a vUit 6^ natconaCC^ zanked 7i. 91. G. a^ fCu 
epidemic kit campus. Gonstzuction wozk continued. 
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Jackie Ti^iCdon, 7he CCadAccA 9V, and tke 
3uckin^kam6 pzovided tke enteztalitment. Sotk 
of/-campu6 and dozm Cife weze ad ^U6^ ad aCwa^d, 
8ut not too 6ud^ (foz dtudentd to take an 
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^zeek ^eek. Ozgani^atlonA 
keid cmtiatlonA. Spzcng T^ap 
wa6 enjoged 6g mang. Goedi 
weze anxlou6 to en jog the 6un. 
Snezgetic AtudentA weze evezg- 
wkeze on campus, aithougk the 
(zultA of tkeiz enezgieA weze not 
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wlttd-up o( Apzing ApaztA; Seniaz ^a^; and, to the 
zegzet of man^ studentd, examd. Ti^ith the end of 
the AchooC ^eaz in sight, mang students weze found 
dzeamcng of the Congf summez months ahead. 



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/avozite /lad^, ad an emdCem of kez Cove, a dCeeve made 
of the fine At iiCk, em^zoidezed with a peazC-cCuAtezed design. 
"JkU ACeeve waA Sound azound the keimet and wozn 
duzcng tke conteAt. She waA kcA AponAoz, and if he wad 
victoziouA, ke zode 6g kez Sox to zeceive acknowCedgment of 
kiA (/ictozg. 

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AtudentA of GCemAon, and we, tke weazezA of tkeiz 
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BEAUTIES 






miss clemson university 
Cheryl Jensen 



block "c" club 




miss taps 
marianne Stevenson 

phi kappa delta 




homecoming 
queen 

donna 
tumbleston 

numeral society 




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mrs. taps 1968 

mrs. joe mac bates 



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clemson university's best dressed 
sarah karesh 




carol Jackson 

Sigma beta chi 





donna brooks 

pershing rifles 




bonnie mercier 

arnold air society 



ATHLETICS 




-/Vthletics, at Clemson, is more. 

It is more than a finish or a start or a list of numbers or a team 
or a coach or a score or a misused phrase of guilded sports slang. 

It is a tear that never flows down a cheek but dies inside when 
a team loses that should have won. 

It is a smile in a crowd. 

It is a group of students working in the cold on a homecoming 
float that will live only for one quick spurt while a tired player rests. 

It is the reward and satisfaction of seeing a team grow into a 
better team. 

It is people who care, who speak, who help, who cheer, who play, 
who love. 

It is watching a boy become a man and a girl become a woman. 

It is winning. 

It is losing. 

It is, we hope, also in the pages of this book. 



Cheerleaders 



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FIRST ROW : Jamie Roets. SECOND ROW: Shel- 
ley, W. Barbary, Ande Mitchell, Darra Williamson, 
Trina Martin. THIRD ROW: Jim Gregory, John 
Enslen, Rhett Myers, Butch Roach, Bob Harris, 
Richard Merrick, Dave Merry, Harry Tinsley. 




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CLEMSON 
WAKE FOREST 



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This is what it's like to have the best team in 
twenty-eight years . . . 

A coaching staff singing praises, a roster with 
more lettermen than positions, a summer of 
promises, a son or friend to watch, a bottle, a girl, 
a hell of a team, a kick-off . . . 

Four plays later first-string quarterback Jimmy 
Addison crawls off the field. He cannot walk. 
36,000 people wait, and on the field ... a champi- 
onship team stumbles . . . then they lean on a 
sophomore quarterback named Charley Waters. 
Waters is superb, and the team responds. Buddy 
Gore earns 122 yards rushing and two touch- 
downs . . . Clemson makes mistakes . . . but Wake 
Forest scores only once. 

Is one bottle enough? Nationally ranked Geor- 
gia comes ne.xt week . . . 




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GEORGIA 




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One bottle isn't enough, but it does not matter 
because . . . 

Frank Howard said that it was a fine game that 
we lost. There was more . . . 

It was . . . two intercepted passes that resulted 
in two Georgia touchdowns and a field goal . . . 
a hapless, bottleless, spiritless Clemson cheering 
with nowhere to hide from a Clemson 3 — Georgia 
17 half time score ... It was JacW Jackson leading 
a sustained drive to the one . . . Buddy Gore 
scoring . . . Frank Liberatore returning the next 
Georgia punt for a touchdown. It was seeing 
Clemson stunned by a holding penalty . . . seeing 
Georgia score as the Tigers momentarily faltered 
. . . seeing the Tigers stopped. 

Did the best team in twenty-eight years meet 
a better team ? Next Saturday Georgia Tech will 
not care what happened today . . . 




CLEMSON 
GEORGIA TECH 




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This is what it's like to have a "bad day" or 
something . . . 

A hot stadium packed with the largest audience 
ever to see a football game in Georgia, a memory — 
one year old — of a game earned and then lost with 
a clipped fullback, a myriad of believing Clemson 
fans . . . who gaped and saw . . . Georgia Tech 
run thirteen plays and score one touchdown and 
one field goal . . . who yelled and saw . . . Clem- 
son's offensive blocking crumble . . . who screamed 
and saw . . . Clemson humbled in the first half 
and held in the second . . . who cried and saw . . . 
a beaten Tiger team crying with them. 

Auburn will remember this Saturday . . . 





CLEMSON 
AUBURN 



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"Auburn did more goods things against us . . ." 
than any other team this year, but "... it's hard 
to say just what we would have done had Needle 
(Jimmv Addison) been in there the entire time." 
That is the story. These are the details . . . 

Auburn scores the fir§t time they have the ball 
bv returning a Clemson punt . . . Auburn's kick- 
ing specialist completes three field goals including 
a 51 -yard record breaker . . . Clemson loses more 
than a third of its first string players due to in- 
juries ... led by Addison, Freddy Kelly, Phil 
Rogers, and Jacky Jackson score . . . Clemson is 
behind at the half only 26-21, but Addison is hurt 
and will not play in the second half . . . the game 
is over for Clemson. 

Are the Tigers dead? Duke isn't. 




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DUKE 



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The Tigers are not dead. 

After three winless games there are doubting 
faces in the stands at Duke University but . . . 

Clemson is healthy, and Jimmy Addison is at 
the helm. The game is ... a titantic defensive 
battle in which neither team scores in the first 
half ... a stellar Clemson line led by Wayne 
Mulligan, Hoss Hostetler, and Ronnie Ducworth 
... a determined Duke squad which scores first 
and tries to hold ... a shocked response by 
Clemson as Addison directs the team masterfully 
and Buddy Gore scores twice ... a Duke team 
losing to a better one. 




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ALABAMA 







The oncoming Crimson Tide ebbs. 

The rise and fall of the Tide is a struggle be- 
tween two superb football teams. Before it falls, 
records and kisses and bones and hearts will be 
broken. The largest crowd ever to see a football 
game in South Carolina watches. 

Clemson holds Alabama to 74 yards rushing . . . 
Alabama passes over Clemson's impenetrable line 
to set up the two Alabama scores . . . the Tigers 
score one field goal in the first half and then 
scratch, spit, and claw until they mutilate Alabama 
in the second half — but score only once. There 
are tears on the field . . . two field goals fall short 
from within the 30 yard line. 

It is like death without dying. UNC will 
wait . . . 





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UNC 



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The University of North Carolina waited. So 
did Clemson. While they waited . . . 

North Carolina stopped the indifferent Tigers 
on the UNC one yard line . . . but after marching 
to the Clemson one they fumbled . . . Arthur Craig 
kicked the first field goal of his career to give 
Clemson a first half lead. Then Clemson's pride 
swells and the waiting is over . . . Buddy Gore 
gains 131 yards . . . fullback Benny Michael 
scores . . . linebacker Billy Ware intercepts a 
North Carolina pass and lumbers across the goal. 
Clemson is too good a team for even a fired-up 
Tarheel. 

The Atlantic Coast Conference watches. Mary- 
land hides in the shadow . . . 




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MARYLAND 



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Clemson was looking backwards and forward. 
Maryland came out of the shadows — where they 
had not wcjn a game. For the Maryland Terrapins 
the game begins with deadly intent . . . 

Clemson scores easily . . . too easily. The 
Tigers relax , . . Maryland uses the only chance 
they have and strikes hard . . . the Tigers are 
stunned and Maryland ties the game 7-7 . There 
is a homecoming float at the half. A Terrapin 
rides the float on his back. His luck is bad and 
Clemson is powerful . . . Clemson scores three 
touchdowns in the second half. 

The Atlantic Coast Conference studies a pair 
of white shoes . . . 





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NC STATE 



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The white shoes belong to N. C. State, and 
Clemson will wear orange shoes. This is the 
Atlantic Coast Conference game of the year. 

Representatives from post season bowl games, 
professional football scouts, the press, and a con- 
ference watch . . . N. C. State's Wolf pack com- 
plete two early field goals . . . Clemson holds the 
Wolfpack to 70 yards the first half but trails 6-0. 

The Tigers move 55 yards in the second half 
and score. They are playing their best and N. C. 
State who was ranked third in the nation a week 
before, cannot stop them. In less than four minutes 
Clemson scores again. The defense erradicates the 
W'olfpack's offense. The white shoes lose. 

There is a lone cackle in the stands but Clemson 
has already shared one title . . . 






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The lone cackle becomes a chorus of South 
Carolina Gamecocks. Carolina has a good team. 
They do not have a reason to crow because . . . 

A tailback named Buddy Gore gains 189 yards 
and breaks the ACC record for the most yards in 
a season ... a dedicated group of individuals like 
Harry Olszewski, Edgar McGee, Wayne Mass, 
Freddy Kelly, Jimmy Catoe, John Cagle, and 
James Thompkins frustrate the opposition ... a 
coach is only a coach and not a team . . . Clemson 
leads 23-0 late in the third quarter ... a bad 
snap from center and a fumble which give Caro- 
lina two breaks and two scores are not enough 
. . . Clemson has a better team. 

The game is ... a victory ... a hero ... a 
title . . . the end of a season. 



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PAUL "BEAR" BRYANT FRANK HOWARD 




KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Whitey Jordan, offensive ends and flankers coach; Don Wade, head offensive coach; Art 
Baker, offensive backlield coach; Tom Bass, head freshman coach; Ronnie Grace, assistant freshman coach. STANDING: 
Frank Howard, head coacli ; Bob Smith, head defensive coach; Banks McFaddcn, defensive backficM coach; Bob Jones, defen- 
sive ends and tackles coach ; Fred Cone, cliief recruiter. 










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BILL McLELLAN GENE WILLIMON BOB BR.\DLEY 

Assistant Athletic Director Assistant Athletic Director Sports Information Director 




FRED HOOVER 
Head Trainer 




l^RUXr Row, LEI-T TO RIGHT: Ehvoud Mays, Jackie Lee Jackson, Jimmy Addison, Jackie Smith, Larry Lawson, Ronnie Cauthen, 
Paul Slush, Gary Compton, Joel Whitsel, Ritchie Luzzi, Mike Locklair, Riley McLane, James Tompkins, Steve Hinson, John Sefick, George 
Burnett, Allison McDaniel, Sammy Cain, Charlie Tolley, Freddy Kelley, Johnny Johnson. SECOND ROW : Oscar Carter, Roger Hayes Connie 
Wade, Arthur Craig, Bucky Turpin, Willie Cropp, Billy Ware, Richard Garick, Larry Sadowski, Sandy Daniel, Gregg McClure, Hank Irelan, 
Tom Englisli, Benny Michael, Dave Kormanicki. Frank Liberatore, Gary Arthur, Larry Keys, Harry Olszewski Randy Harvey Steedley 
Candler, Wayne Mulligan. THIRD ROW: Ron Miller, John Fulmer, Billy Animons, Josh Collins, Charlie Cauble, Hoss Hosteller, Dean 
Haledjian, Larry Bell, Wayne Brinier, Jewell McLaurin, Donny Richardson, Bobby Jamison, Jimmy Abranis, Buddy Gore, Bruce Burbick, 
Jacky Jackson Charlie Hook, Phil Rogers, Cliarlie Ellenburg, Ken Smith, Ed Nivert, Bill DePew, Lee Rayburn, Dan Gunnels. FOURTH 
ROW : Joey Branton, Wilson Childers, Bill Harrelson, Edwin Porter, Grady Burgner, Rick Medlin, Bill Kissam, Tohn Cagle, Rhett Dobbins, 
Jack King, Randy Bell, John Scott, Kit Jackson, Bo Ruffner, Buch Babb, Thorny Smith, Joe Lhotsky, Edgar McGee, Butch Sursavage, Wayne 
Mass, Roy Jones, Charley Waters. FIFTH ROW: Ivan Southerland. Ronnie Kitchens, Rick Hiser, B. B. Elvington Ronnie Diicworth 
Jimmy Catoe, Barry Cockfield. Wesley Eidson, Lee Trexler, Bill Grayson, John Howell, Tommy Blake, Bob Craig, Mark Kelly Ronnie 
Hinson, Dave Burton. Fred Milton, Perry Waldrep, Chuck Werner, Mike Michalowski, Sammv Crouch, Tom Bulwith. 



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HARRY OLSZEWSKI: All-Americm, All-ACC. All- 
State, Shriiur East-West Game, Senior Bowl. Coaches 
All-America Game, Drafted by Clci'eland Broiams, Senior. 




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BUDDY GORE: All-ACC, All-State. Player of the Year 
in ACC. 



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WAYNE MASS: All-ACC. All- JACKY JACKSON: Z)ra/<crf fc.v FRANK LIBERATORE: AU- 

Statc, Shrine East-West Game, Clci'cland Bronms. Senior. ACC. All-State, Drafted by Wash- 

Hula Bowl, Drafted by Chicago inyton Redskins, Senior. 

Bears, Senior. 







JAMES TOMPKINS: All- JIMMY CATOE : All-ACC. RONNIE DUCWORTH : All- RICHIE LUZZI : All-State 

Slate. ACC, All-State. 





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Basketball 




COACH BOBBY ROBERTS 



Varsity Basketball Results 



Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 



70 


The Citadel . . 


74 


Clemson 


63 


.Hardin-Simmons 


77 


Clemson 


78 


Furman . . . 


53 


Clemson 


68 


Furman . . . 


70 


Clemson 


71 


South Carolina 


93 


Clemson 


79 


Duke .... 


101 


Clemson 


92 


Virginia . 


95 


Clemson 


83 


North Carolina 


115 


Clemson 


94 


Maryland (2 OT) 


93 


Clemson 


71 


Virginia (Reg. TV 


) 81 


Clemson 


81 


Louisiana State 


104 


Clemson 


78 


Virginia Tech . 


101 





70 


Wake Forest . 


67 


64 


Georgia Tech . 


99 


66 


N. C. State . . 


78 


74 


South Carolina 


89 


78 


Wake Forest . 


66 


74 


North Carolina 


96 


67 


N. C. State . . 


69 


70 


Duke .... 


82 


64 


Furman (1 OT) 


66 


68 


Maryland . . 


81 


51 


Georgia Tech . 


80 




FIRST ROW; Dave iJcTiipscy. Mike Facr, iJick Thomas, .Man Goldfarb, Butch Zetazelo, Manager Terry Lee. SECOND ROW: Assistant 
Coach Jim Brennan, Jack Swails, Trip Jones, Richie Mahaffey, Curt Eckard, Denny Danko, Coach Bobby Roberts. 



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Baseball 



The crack of wood, the smell of sweat and 
leather, the dust of tears and impatience . . . con- 
ference titles, professional contracts, all-americans, 
national targets ... a miracle born in apathy. 

Sinking a sphere in a cow palace. Sundown . . . 
one player . . . one gun . . . empty. Sunrise . . . 
Littlejohn Coliseum. 




Varsity Baseball Results 



Clemson 
Clenison 
Clemson 
Clenison 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 



Kentucky . 
Kentucky 
Tennessee . 
Tennessee . 
Rhode Island 
Rhode Island 
Springfield . 
Springfield . 
Massachusetts 
Massachusetts 
Massachusetts 
Davidson 
Georgia Tech 
Furman . . 
North Carolina 
N. C. State 
Georgia . 
South Carolina 
Wake Forest . 



Clemson 

Clemson 

Clemson 

Clemson 

Clemson 

*Clemson 

Clemson 

Clemson 

Clemson 

Clemson 

Clemson 

Clemson 

Clemson 

Clemson 

fClemson 

fClemson 

fClemson 

fClemson 

fClemson 



Duke .... 
Furman . . . 
South Carolina 
Georgia . . . 
Duke .... 
Georgia Tech . 
North Carolina 
N. C. State 
Virginia . . 
Virginia . . 
Maryland . 
Maryland . 
Virginia Tech 
Virginia Tech 
Florida State 
West Virginia 
Florida State . 
Auhurn . 
Auburn (13 in.) 



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5 
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5 
2 

1 
4 
1 
4 
5 

4 
2 
6 



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Tennis 



Sun, clay, rope, leather, strength in the battle 
of quickness and agility . . . the ballet of white 
shorts. 




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FRONT : Nikki Kclaidis, Jim Poling, 
Perry Reynolds, Dave Sibcrt, David 
Wilkins. BACK: McClellan Bond, 
David Cooper, Ed Skelton, Arthur 
Abbott. 



Varsity Tennis Results 




Clemson . 


. . 8 


N. C. State 


. . . 1 


Clemson . 


. . 9 


Wake Forest 


. . . 


Clemson 


. . 6 


Dartmouth . 


. . . 3 


Clemson . 


. . 9 


Presbyterian 


. . . 


Clemson . 


. 5 


Michigan Stat 


s . . 4 


Clemson 


. 9 


Duke . . . 


. . . 


Clemson . 


. 4 


Rollins . . 


. . . 5 


Clemson . 


. 9 


The Citadel 


. . 


Clemson . 


. 5 


South CarolinE 


I . . 4 


Clemson . 


. 2 


North Carolin? 


I . . 7 


Clemson . 


. 9 


East Carolina 


. . 


Clemson 


. 8 


Harvard 


. . 1 


Clemson . 


. 5 


Georgia . . 


. . 4 


Clemson . 


. 9 


Furman . . 


. . 


Clemson . 


. 8 


Davidson 


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Clemson . 


. 5 


Georgia Tech 


, . 4 


Clemson . . 


. 9 


Virginia . . 


. . 


Clemson . . 


. 8 


Maryland . 


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Clemson . 


. 91 


Furman . . . 


54 


Clemson 


. 92 


Wake Forest . 


52 


Clemson . 


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North Carolina 


74/3 


Clemson 


. 95 


Duke .... 


49 


Clemson . 


. 59 


South Carolina . 


82 


Clemson . 


. 69 


Georgia Tech . 


76 





Track 






Competition within, the battle of strong 
minds and strong legs . . . the endurance 
sport of the spring. 




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Precision and practice, deceivingly difficult 
the gentleman's sport. 



Varsity Golf Results 



Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 



2 North Carolina 

4 Duke . . 

11 >^ Wofford . 
19 MIT . . 
lOyi N. C. State 

12 Virginia . 

5 Wake Forest 

3 Maryland 

10 South Carolina 



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9 
16 
18 
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victory in a strange environment. 




Varsity Swimming Results 



Clemson 






73 


West Georgia . 


30 


Clemson 






44 


UNC .... 


60 


Clemson 






45 


N. C. State . . 


59 


Clemson 






49 


Davidson . . 


55 


Clemson 






38 


William & Mary 


66 


Clemson 






43 


Maryland . . 


61 


Clemson 






63 


Emory . . . 


41 


Clemson 






42 


Georgia . . . 


62 


Clemson 






50 


West Georgia . 


37 


Clemson 






60 


Georgia Tech . 


44 


Clemson 






52 


Wake Forest . 


52 


Clemson 






37 


Duke .... 


67 


Clemson 






35 


use .... 


69 


Clemson 






72 


Appalachian 


32 






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Gunnels, U. Hook, C. 



Hosteller, H. Jackson, K. 



James, B. 



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Rifle Team 



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or won . . . breathless accuracy with a deadly 
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Clemson Enters N. S. A. 

The Clemson University Student Government 
strives to promote good relations between the stu- 
dent body, faculty, and administration. This year 
they have helped to establish a better understand- 
ing between Clemson and other schools by joining 
the National Student Association. 

The three main branches of Student Govern- 
ment, the Executive Branch, the Judicial Branch, 
and Legislative Branch, are elected by the Student 
Body. The Executive Department, composed of 
the student body officers and. the four class presi- 
dents, is the coordinating agency for the students 
themselves and the judicial and legislative branches 
of the student government. 

The close liaison of members and other student 
committees, along with the student body, has 
helped Clemson function more smoothly as a uni- 
versity with concern for the individual and his 
environment. 

Although the primary function of Student Gov- 
ernment is to give the students a voice in the 
coordination of their school, the officers and asso- 
ciates have initiated many projects to help worthy 
organizations. One of their most successful ven- 
tures was their drive to sell Student Insurance in 
order to raise money for Boys' Home of America. 





DAVE MERRY, Secretary 



JEFF LAPIN, Treasurer 



Student Actions 
Regulated Through 
High Court 

High Court is the main constituent of the 
Judicial Branch. Eight members of high court are 
elected each spring by the student body. The Vice- 
President of the senior class is automatically a 
member making a total of nine members. The 
court elects its chairman, vice-president, and secre- 
tary who interview students for the positions of 
attorney. There are three attorneys for the de- 
fense and three for the prosecution. The court 
draws up its own rules for procedure annually 
which are approved by the Dean of Student Af- 
fairs. It is the responsibility of the nine members 
of High Court to decide the guilt or innocence of 
any one who has violated the student rules and 
regulations. 

After the court reaches a verdict, the sentence 
is sent to the Office of Student Affairs for ap- 
proval. If the student feels his sentence is unjust, 
he may present his case to the Court of Appeals. 
Through their actions, the High Court helps to 
regulate and supervise the conduct of the students 
of Clemson University. 




CALVERT McCORKLE. Chairman 



FRONT : Calvert McCorkle, Rhett Myers, Margaret Seay, Boyd Sexton. BACK : Chris Olson, 
Hugh Brown, Gus Johnson, Fred Gassaway, Alston Brown. 



WSF Voices Womens Ideas 




FRONT : Debbie Wright, Beverly Norris, Jean Mallory, 
Sandra Holden, Alexandria Georgeo. BACK : Becky Bal- 
lard, Margaret Seay, Diana Bissey, Susan Clink, Susan 
Hubbard, Gail Addis. 



Women's Student Association is a group of 
elected representatives of the Clemson co-eds. Its 
duties and functions range from primary legisla- 
tive measures to social functions. 

The Association itself is comprised of the dormi- 
tory officers of Manning .Hall and several elected 
representatives elected by the girls. The commut- 
ing girls have three representatives, the president 
of the Commuting Co-eds Club and two other 
elected members. Since both commuting and 
boarding girls are represented, the Association can 
deal with all matters fairly. Dean Deloney acts 
as the advisor to the group. 

Although the Association cannot pass laws, it 
passes resolutions which are forwared through 
proper channels to the Student Senate for approval 
or action. Each year, to aid the Senate, WSA 
presents the rules for women students for Student 
Regulations to the Judiciary Committee. 

WSA initiated action to obtain an ice machine 
for Manning Hall. It sponsors the Big Sister- 
Little Sister Program. Every freshman is given 
the name of an upperclassman, a big sister, who 
is willing to help her through the complexities and 
rush of the freshman year. WSA coordinates 
several drop-ins for faculty and guests each year. 




BECKY BALLARD, President 



Residence Courts 
Update Student 
Regulations 

The Judicial Branch of student government at 
Clemson is composed of High Court, WSA, and 
the residence courts. Its purpose is to maintain 
the highest standards of conduct. 

The Men's Residence Court and the Women's 
Residence Court regulate violations of the rules 
in Student Regulations. Each has five members, 
three elected by dormitory students in the spring 
and two others appointed by the President of the 
Student Body and approved by the Student 
Senate. The officers of the Residence Courts, 
consisting of chairman and secretary are elected 
at a special meeting held at the beginning of each 
year. 

The Rules of Procedure of the Residence Courts 
are decided by each court, making the system 
flexible. Tradition does not play a part in the 
courts ; new procedures can result from new ideas. 
Because of this, the court procedures are up-to- 
date. 

Aside from the five court members, there is a 
joint defense advisor for both courts. He acts as 
a consultant for the courts and the defendants. 
There is no faculty advisor, enabling the courts 
to be a true representation of student ideas. 




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Student Senate 

The Student Senate is the legislative branch of 
Clemson University's student government. This 
organization is composed of eleven members from 
each class who are elected in the Spring for the 
following year. The Vice-President of the Student 
Body automatically serves as President Pro- 
tempore of the Senate. The other officers are 
elected by the members of the Student Senate. 
They include a chaplain, secretary, and assistant 
secretary. 

The president of the Senate appoints the chair- 
man of the standing committees. These permanent 
committees include the Judiciary Cotnmittee, Gen- 
eral Affairs Committee, Traffic and Grounds Com- 
mittee, and the Student Organizations and Affairs 
Committee. Special committees are formed to take 
care of other duties that may arise. 

The Student Senate is responsible for passing 
legislative acts which are subsequently signed or 
vetoed by the president of the Student Body and 
Dean Cox. All legislation which passes the Senate 
and is not vetoed is then put into the laws of 
Clemson University. 

The members of the Student Senate have an 
important job, and they should be noted for the 
fine work they have done for Clemson University. 



JOSEPH NEWTON, Secretary 




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FRONT : Eddie Durant, Scott Harrower, Wes Thompson, Chuck Whitney, Bob Kaulakis. BACK : Robert Jordan, John Dicker- 
son, Charles "Snip" White, Richard Berkland, Jon Shuler, Stan Newton. 



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SENATORS AND 
COMMITTEES 





JUNIOR SENATORS. FRONT: Dave Clarke, Marion 
Aldridge, Becky Carlton, John Segars, Bill Simpson. BACK; 
Julian Abbott, Brian Ritchie, Don Bruce, David Hollman, 
Alston Gore. 



ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE. FRONT: John 
Segars, Sue Conley, Bill Simpson, Ted Godfrey. BACK : 
Robert Jordan, Brian Ritchie, Stan Newton, Jon Shuler, 
David Holman. 



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FRESHMAN SICNATORS. FRONT: Bill Hunt, Ed Copeland, Ted Godfrey. MIDDLE: Sue Conley, Celia 
Christy, Cathy Dodds, Sandy Arlcdge. BACK: Larry Mclntyrc, Nancy Jo Moblcy, Beaver Baker, Dale Wittschen. 



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SOPHOMORE SENATORS. FRONT: 
John Norton, Don Alexander. MIDDLE: 
Manley, Talmadge Hobbs, Andy Cochet. 
Robert Whitney, John Cauthen. 



Bill Rhodes, John Settle. 
Mark Goldman, Sharon 
BACK : Jimmy Foster, 




GENERAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE. FRONT: Julian Abbott, 
John Settle. Marion Aldridge. MIDDLE: Bob Harris, Beaver Baker, 
Bob Kaulakis. BACK: Jon Alexander, Mark Goldman, Ed Copeland, 
John Norton. 




STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS AND AFFAIRS COMMITTEE. FRONT: Celia 
Christy, Becky Carlton. BACK : Talmadge Hobbs, John Cauthen, Robert Whitney, Dale 
Wittschen, Dave Clark. 



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TRAFFIC AND GROUNDS. FRONT: 
Alston Gore, Sandy Arlege, Bill Hunt. MID- 
DLE : Don Bruce, Wes Thompson. BACK: 
Bill Rhodes, Richard Berkland, Charles 
White. 





JUDICIARY. FRONT: Andy Cochet, 
Jimmy Foster, Larry Mclntire, Eddie Du- 
Rant. BACK : Scott Harrower, Sharon 
Manly, Cathy Dodds, Chuck Whitney. 



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CENTRAL SPIRIT. FRONT: 
Marion .Aldridge, Helen Bunch, 
Darra Williamson, Jefif Lapin. 
BACK: Joe Hudson, Danny Hunt, 
Bo Chinners, Jeff Young, Bill 
Bonicate, Don Alexander. 




FRONT: Dave Merry, Dan Bowen, Edgar McGee, Jeff Lapin. BACK: Gregg 
Jones, Danny Hunt, Butch Drakeford, John Ellenburg, Gordon Edgin, Bill 
DePass. 




PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

The President's Cabinet is perhaps the most 
important of the five major committees compos- 
ing the Executive Branch of the Student Govern- 
ment. The other four committees include the 
General Affairs Committee, the Financial Review 
Board, the Central Spirit Committee, and the 
Ways and Means Committee. Taken as a whole, 
these five committees are designed to support the 
Executive Branch in performing any functions 
designated by the Student Government and pro- 
vided for in the Constitution of the Clemson Uni- 
versity Student Body. 

Members of the President's Cabinet include the 
four student body officers, the Presidents of each 
of the four classes of students, and the chairman 
of the Ways and Means Committee. Besides ad- 
vising the Student Body President in many mat- 
ters, it must consent to all bills proposed by the 
Student Senate before these bills become law. 



GORDON EDGIN, Attorney General 



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WHO'S WHO 





CALVERT McCORKLE 



EDGAR McGEE 




RANDY HOAG 



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MARGARET SEAY 





Fifteen Clemson 
Students Selected To 
Who's Who 

Being a member of Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Colleges and Universities is a 
national honor, and only those who are outstand- 
ing in scholarship, leadership, character, and 
service to the school are named to this elite organi- 
zation. Since its organization in 1934 a number 
of outstanding students from all over the United 
States have won recognition by being named to 
this organization. 

The task of choosing members of Who's Who 
is one of great importance. The campus nomi- 
nation committee is composed of faculty repre- 
sentatives, administration, and student representa- 
tives complete summary of each student is 
carefully considered. This summary includes the 
student's scholarship, his leadership in extra- 
curricular activities, his citizenship and service to 
the school, and his promise for future success. 
Selection to Who's Who is one of the most out- 
standing honors which a college student can 
receive. The honor becomes greater because of 
the limited number of students chosen — they are 
selected from more than seven hundred and fiftv 
colleges and universities throughout the United 
States. 

It is important to remember that scholarship is 
not the only important qualification for member- 
ship. Admission requires a well-rounded indi- 
vidual. The Clemson students chosen have proven 
themselves to be jjersons whose leadership and 
character have added greatly to the betterment of 
Clemson Universitv. 




RHRTT MYERS 



JIMMY ADDISON 



BUTCH DRAKEFORD 





ANDE MITCHELL 



CHUCK WHITNEY 




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Bense, J. E. Brannon, J. A. Broome, W. Coiiklin, R. A. Dawes, A. S. 

Dellinger, R. P. DuBose, E. M. Gleaton, C. S. Hudgens, J. M. Johnson, D. A. 








Hall Supervisors Help 
Mold Clemson 
Gentlemen 

The hall supervisors have one of the most im 
portant jobs at Clemson University. They are 
responsible for the welfare of each of the students 
on their halls and act as counselors in helping to 
mold these boys into "Clemson Gentlemen." 

Duties of the hall supervisors include weekly 
inspection of rooms, conducting all hall activities, 
and keeping order. Students who apply for this 
position must be well disciplined and dependable, 
and only those of the highest caliber are selected. 

Hall counselors are required to come back to 
Clemson early after every vacation period and at 
the beginning of each year in order to plan their 
work and better fulfill their duties. The residents 
of each hall elect a president, vice president, secre- 
tary-treasurer, a social chairman, a chaplain, and 
an athletic chairman ; therefore, some of the 
burden is taken from the supervisors. Neverthe- 
less, the hall supervisors do have a lot of responsi- 
bility and are of great importance to the students 
of Clemson University. 






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MANNING M. LOMAX 
director of Men's Residcn-ce 




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Kostyra, F. 
Phifer, L. D. 
Tropea, L. C. 



McCracken. J. B. Martin, W. E. Milling, J. Pearce, J. A. Peden. H. A. 

Rhodes, D. H. Rogers, C. T. Thompson, J. W. Toole, M. A. Towles, W. C. 

Turner, W. A. Watts, M. A. Weller, R. N. Woods, J. M. Young, M. S. 



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JACK W. ERTER, Editor-in-Chief 



1968 TAPS 



The 1968 TAPS has tried to capture within 
these pages a glimpse of Hfe at Clemson University 
for the 1967-1968 school year. 

The University was in a constant state of 
change. New construction was springing up 
everywhere. In the classroom new horizons were 
constantly being explored. Athletically, 1967 was 
hailed as the Year of the Tiger. The university 
saw internal protest by a few, spirited backing by 
many others, while some just looked with blind 
indifference. Amidst this ever changing environ- 
ment, the TAPS Staff was there to second the 
events and happenings which took place. 

The 1968 TAPS is a reflection of life at Clem- 
son University. Peer into the mirror, you may 
see yourself. 




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WILLIAM H. TURNER, Business Manager 





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ROSEMARY WELLS, Sifecthcari 



JOHN HARTLY, Designer 



JIMMY FRANCIS, Features Editor 





AL COTHRAN 
Actiifities Editor 



RHETT MYERS 
Advertising 



KEN AYERS 
Photo Editor 





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SENIOR STAFF 1967-1968 




D. CHIP NUSBICKEL, JR., Photographer 




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BUTCH DRAKEFORD. S' ports Editor 




E. BECKY GEORGEO, Co-Organisation 





DONN A. McCRARY, Photographer 



ELEANOR D. FAIREY, Faculty and Administration Editor 



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LEFT TO RIGHT : Jane Hass, Charles Eldridge, Jere 
Ragsdale. Marilyn Jones, Johnny Turner, Darra William- 
son, Diane Railton, Bill Reese, Nancy Dannals, John Set 
tie, John Alford. 




Junior Staffers listen closely at meetings. 



Yearly the TAPS Staff invites all interested 
University students to drop-ins for Junior Staff 
membership. The Junior Staff acts as a working 
supplement to the editors on the Senior Staff. The 
Junior Staff helps with the basic tasks of writing 
copy, making picture appointments, filing, tracing 
and typing. The positions for Senior Staff are 
filled from the Junior Staff; and therefore all of 
the work is highly competitive. As an incentive 
to the Junior Staffers, tickets for CDA dances are 
given to the staffers \\ith the most work hours. 



Darra helps during Registration. 







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Is that so ! ! ! 





I know this is a leading question, but — "When can 
you have your section in?" 




Now where did I put that camera? 



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THE TRADITIONAL DUNKING— The End and the Beginning. 



Tiger Enjoys Top Year 

The Tiger, the student newspaper publication 
of Clemson University, has the honor of being the 
oldest college newspaper publication in South 
Carolina. It has invariably won Ail-American 
ratings among college newspapers, the result of 
a willing and competent staff. 

As Editor, Harry Tinsley has provided the 
talent and knowledge necessary in guiding his staff 
through a very successful year of colorful, enter- 
taining and thought-provoking weekly editions. 

Serving as Associate Editor, Chuck Whitney 
brought many timely subjects to the attention of 
Tiger readers. Dennis Bolt and Bill Smith, News 
Editor and Sports Editor, respectively, ably and 
factually reported all news and sports events of 
interest to Clemson students and Don O'Briant 
showed excellent talent serving as Managing 
Editor. 





HARRY TINSLEY, Editor-in-Chief 



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DENNIS BOLT, News Editor 



ROBERT WHITNEY, Circulation Manager 




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DON O'BRIANT. Managing Editor 








EVELYN SARKA, Business Manager 



CHUCK WHITNEY, Associate Editor 



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ADVERTISING STAFF. TOP: Mark Goldman, Eddie Kilburn, Bob Crisp, Larry 
Hall. BOTTON: Joyce Albrecht, Millie Donaldson, Phyllis White, Myra Norris. 




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akcr. Randy Peelc, Elaine Lawrence, Dick Har- 
poolian, Lynn Wrifilit, Bill Evans, Marsha Oat 
es, John Davey, John Norton, Frances Harrell, 
Marion Thompson, David Glymph, Randall Ash 
ley. Bill Clarrson, Alan Hodges, John Brady, 
Laura Pratt, Al Way. 




CIRCULATION STAFF. TOP: Kevin Murray, Craig Thomas, Don Susini. 
BOTTOM : Dick Harpoolian, Bob Wheatly, Toby Williams, Ron Eck. 




PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: Al Hodges, Al Campbell, 
Langston Boyles, Dave Littlejohn, Dave Lank. 



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PAUL MORRIS, Editor-in-Chief 



Chronicle Draws Praise 

The Chronicle serves as Clemson University's 
variety magazine. This past year it received the 
rating of a major service organization, and also 
received official recognition from the United States 
Government in the form of a second class mailing 
permit. 

The magazine features student written poems, 
essays, and short stories in each edition along with 
reviews and criticisms of plays, novels, and records. 

Under the able leadership of its editor, Paul 
Morris, and faculty advisor, Dr. Mark Steadman, 
the Chronicle is constantly looking for talented 
students who can put their talents to use in the 
form of journalism, creative photographs, and the 
graphic arts. 



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UL'RWARD STINSON, Promotions Manager 



RICHARD WOODWARD, Features Editor 



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CDA Solicits 
Top Talent 



The Central Dance Association is one of the 
five major service organizations of the University. 
It is a service organization in that its members 
solicit top performers for entertainment through- 
out the academic year. 

The CDA is an organization of members who 
have successfully proven their ability and potential 
during a trial period, on the CDA junior staff. 
The senior stafif is in charge of choosing and con- 
tacting performers, all billing and advertising. This 
stafif directs their junior co-workers who do all 
the manual work of advertising and decorations. 

The CDA sponsors five major dance weekends 
a year, in addition to an open mixer at the begin- 
ning of the year. Of course, it is a tremendous 
responsibility for the CDA to contract reliable 
groups and adhere to the social rules of Clemson 
University, and to operate on a very limited 
budget. Because of the increasing size of the stu- 
dent body, it becomes 'increasingly difficult for the 
Association to please everyone. However, the 
1967-68 school year saw such performers as Clif- 
ford Curry, Marvin Gaye, and Tammie Terrell, 
the Radiants, the Platters, and the Prophets. 



DENNIS CARTWRIGHT, President 



CDA SENIOR STAFF 




DONNY L. SMITH, Vice-President 





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HARRELL H. WALDROP, Decorations 



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JUNIOR STAFF BOTTOM: Dave Merry, Jim Roach. MIDDLE: David Duncan, Mike Ballanger, Turk 
Mathews, Buddy Grimes, Bill Warlick. TOP: Jimmy Buck, Joe Cullom, Barry Huckaby and Jim Barker. 




The Junior Staff — In rare form 




"My prayer, and the answer i'ou give . . ." 




WSBF Grows 
With School 



WSBF, the twenty-four hours a day broadcast- 
ing faciHty of Clemson University students, is 
constantly striving to improve and broaden its 
programs to reach as many student tastes as 
possible. 

A Senior Stafif of twelve well-trained individuals 
guides the activities of WSBF broadcasting. This 
Senior Staff is divided into three main divisions 
of operation. These divisions are the Program, 
Engineering, and Business Staffs. These three 
main staffs are further divided in order to cover 
all phases of radio broadcasting. 

Since the station has a corporate structure, 
policy making is co-ordinated by a Board of Di- 
rectors. This board is composed of the Engineer- 
ing, Business, and I^rogram Directors plus two 
appointed members. 



DAN BOWEN, Program Director 




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TOBY CHAPMAN, News Manager 




SCOTT HARROWER, Business Director 



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WSBF JUNIOR STAFF 



SENIOR STAFF ASSISTANTS. TOP: Ray Linke, Butch Carroll, Dan 
Biggerstaff, Bill Steele, Bill Bonekat. BOTTOM : Harry Moose, Linda Pruitt 
Alan Libby. ' 




ENGINEERING STAFF. TOP: Bob Weiss, Jimmy Tucker, Ken Schmidt, Mike Stenstrom, Bill Cardwell, Mike Siebert, T. J. Spethagel 
1 homas Wright, Bill Talley. BOTTOM : Lenny Flow, Harry Moose, Butch Carroll, Mike Borke, Bobby Malphrus, John Yarbrough. 



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TIGER BAND 



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The Tiger Band, under the fine leadership of 
Mr. Bruce F. Cook, Director of Bands at Clemson 
University is the official marching band of the 
University. It normally comprises some one hun- 
dred and twenty talented male students who wear 
their brilliant orange coats and black fur busbies 
proudly as they perform marches and play stirring 
school songs for enthusiastic audiences. The Tiger 
Band participates at such school events as football 
games, pep rallies, and basketball games. Their 
presence always seems to exemplify the traditional 
Clemson spirit, both at home and away. 

Participation in the band is voluntary. The main 
functions and disciplines of the band are carried 
on under the coordination of band director, Bruce 
Cook, along with the help of field general, Ronnie 
Bullock. Baton twirlers, Dynva Edens, Kay Knoy, 
and Margaret Kirkland also enhanced the half- 
time performances of the band with demonstrations 
of excellent baton handling. To the delight of the 
audience, they not only show their fine twirling 
ability, but demonstrate excellently coordinated 
baton tossing. 



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Drum Major 




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CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 
GLEE CLUB 

The Clemson University Glee Club is active 
throughout the school year, making appearances 
in an around Clemson. Students who share an 
interest in music are brought together through 
their common interest in the Glee Club. 

The newly formed Women's Glee Club has 
proven highly successful and an asset to the 
chorus. 

This year, the Glee Club groups have enjoyed 
many benefits while performing for various audi- 
ences, such as school groups and banquets. 

During the Spring tour, the Glee Club visited 
North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and 
Georgia. Also, throughout the year they per- 
formed for various concerts at the University. 

The final outstanding event of the year is the 
annual banquet, which pays a tribute to all mem- 
bers for a successful year. 



JOSEPH COOK, Director 





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MEN'S GLEE CLUB 



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THE CLEMSON PLAYERS 

During the past year, The Clemson Players 
have made great strides in improving the quality 
of the local theatre. It has been our feeling that 
the Clemson student body, as well as the com- 
munity, deserves the best possible theatre per- 
formances. 

The 1967-68 season has been the best one since 
the founding of the Players five years ago. Per 
haps the biggest achievement of all five seasons 
was the presentation of Arthur Miller's The 
Crucible this year. The cost of this production 
was the largest ever. Also new to the Players 
this year was a student-directed and produced set 
of one-act plays — The Sa>idbo.v and the Boor. 

In the plans for next year are three full-length 
plays two of which will be student directed. The 
plays enjoyed the support of Clemson University's 
fine administration and student body this year, 
and hope to enjoy this same fine support in future 
years. 



WILL GINN, President 





MR. J. C. DUVAL, Faculty Advisor 



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Through the Reserve Officers Training Corps, 
the United States Army offers to Clemson men 
the opportunity to serve their country as com- 
missioned officers. 

Upon completion of the required basic course in 
Mihtary Science, a young man meeting all of the 
other requirements may elect to participate in 
Advanced ROTC. Upon successful completion of 
the two years Advanced Militar}- Science class- 
room work and a six-week summer training camp 
along with the normal requirements for the bacca- 
laureate degree, the Advanced ROTC student is 
rewarded with his "Second Diploma" — a commis- 
sion in the Army of the United States. 

Members of the United States Army Instructor 
Group are proud to be associated with Clemson 
University and to have the opportunity to influ- 
ence the development of young men who will 
furnish the future leadership of the Armed Serv- 
ices, Industry, and the many other fields of our 
society. 



Army ROTC Instructor 
Group 




COL. MELVIN C. BROWN, P.M.S. 




FIRST ROW: Maj. Haltiwanger, Capt. Lvon, Col. Brown, Capt. Newman, Maj. Rabon. SECOND ROW: Maj. Anderson, Capt. Brite, Maj 
Ericksun. Maj. Dowdle, Lt. Col. Guide. THIRD ROW: Maj. Mann, Lt. Col. Tisdalc, Capt. Martin. FOURTH ROW: Sgt. Wright, Capt. 
Britten, Capt. Shepard, S/Sgt. Shocmake, SFC. Watts, M/Sgt. Coby. FIFTH ROW: S/Sgt. WaUs, SP5 Mattison, Sgt. Maj. Maness, SPS 
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COL. J. R. HOAG 
Brigade Commander 





SGT. MAJOR p. C. COOPER 
Brigade Sgt. Major 





MAJOR R. JONES 
Brigade S-1 



MAJOR G. C. SCHOPER 
Brigade S-3 



MAJOR J. D. HAIR 
Brigade S-3 





CAPT. J. K. RICHARDSON 

Company A-1 




CAPT. L. P. Mcpherson 

Company B-1 





LT. COL. A. L. POPE 

Battalion Commander 



CAPT. E. B. LaROCHE CAPT. M. C. MILLER 

Company C-1 Company D-1 




CAPT. C. R. REESE 
Company A-2 





CAPT. H. CLARKSON 
Company B-2 




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Battalion Commander 



CAPT. E. K. BURDETTE 
Company C-2 



CAPT. F. H. CHAPMAN 
Company D-2 



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LT. COL. F. H. BROWN 
Battalion Commander 




CAPT. D. L. RHODES 
Company A-3 





CAPT. J. L. TUPPER 
Company B-3 



CAPT. F. J. GASSAVVAY 
Company C-3 




LT. COL. W. J. MCANICH 
Battalion Commander 




CAPT. J. N. McMULLEN 
Company A-4 





CAPT. J. B. DYSON 
Company B-4 



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CAPT. J. R. HENDRICKS 
Company C-4 



Counter Guerrillas Train For Jungle Warfare 



An opportunity for advanced military training, 
a striving to achieve a physically fit body, the 
development of self-confidence and leadership 
abilities seem to be the aim of the Clemson Uni- 
versity Counterguerrilla Platoon. This group of 
Army ROTC cadets was organized in September, 
1962 and its membership is strictly on a voluntary 
basis. 

To qualify for the platoon, one must have a 
2.00 g.p.r. and be in excellent physical condition. 

Their training includes battle drill, hand-to-hand 
combat, rapelling, bayonet fighting, land naviga- 
tion, and patrolling. 

Field trips to Fort Benning, Georgia, and to 
the mountain Ranger Camp in Dahloneca, Geor- 
gia enrich their training and prove to be a great 
advantage to those who will attend summer camp. 




Commander Frost plans training exercises with military advisors. 




Army Band 




CAPT. A. J. FOWLER, Band Commander 



The Army ROTC Brigade at Clemson Uni- 
versity is well represented by the Army ROTC 
Band ; the importance of the band makes it a 
valuable asset. At drills, parades, and various 
other functions the band guides the Brigade. 

The select sophomore and freshmen cadets who 
comprise the band are well trained. Most of them 
are in the Tiger Band, and some of them were in 
bands previous to their arrival at Clemson. The 
band has excellent leaders in the junior and senior 
advanced cadets who direct and advise the other 
members. The band represents Clemson Uni- 
versity in drill competitions with other Army 
ROTC Bands from different colleges and uni- 
versities throughout the year. 

This organization puts in a lot of practice in 
order to continue its high standing with Clemson 
University and the ROTC Brigade. The pace that 
it sets for the cadets is similar to the pace that it 
preserves in retaining excellence and honor. The 
University and the ROTC Brigade are proud of 
the superior performance it has demonstrated. 
Through their effort, the band continues to hold 
high the tradition of Clemson's Army ROTC unit. 




Air Force ROTC 








The Air Force ROTC Program is relatively 
new on the Clemson campus. The stature of the 
program has improved consistently throughout the 
years. The program consists of two parts, ad- 
vanced and basic. Both are two-year programs 
and on completion of the advanced course the stu- 
dent receives a reserve commission in the United 
States Air Force. Entrance requirements for both 
the advanced and the basic courses are strict. A 
predicted G.P.R. of 2.0 is required for the basic 
course and entrants must pass stiff mental and 
physical tests. The advance course requires good 
class standing as well as continued physical 
excellence. 




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Lt. Col. Franklin. 




FRONT: Col. Tindal. SECOND ROW: S/Sgt. Jernigan, Maj. Calhoun, S/Sgt. Miller. THIRD ROW: Capt. Carter, Sgt. Honold, Maj. 
Parker, S/Sgt. Teal. FOURTH ROW: Capt. Wilson, T/Sgt. Redman, Maj. Burnett, Capt. Biggs, Maj. Murray. 



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ll'itig Commander 



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IVing Staff 



MAJ. R. P. FLETCHER 

IViiui Staff 



MAJ. R. D. HUGHEY 
IVing Staff 



MAJ. W. T. KNOWLES 
IVing Staff 




LT. COL. R. D. DAVIS 
Group Commander 



MAJ. R. R. WILSON 
1st Squadron Commander 



MAJ. L. ASTON 

3nd Squadron Commander 



MAJ. C. MIMS 

3rd Squadron Commander 




LT. COL. L. W. LEE 
Group Commander 



MAJ. W. N. PATTERSON MAJ. J. E. STEPP 

4th Squadron Commander 5th Squadron Commander 



MAJ. J. G. STRICKLAND 
6th Squadron Commander 





MAJ. A. W. ALBEROL 
~th Squadron Commander 



MAJ. G. R. CREECH 
Sth Squadron Commander 



MAJ. J. F. MILLER 
9th Squadron Commander 



LT. COL. E. L. BAILEY 
Group Commander 




MAJ. J. R. SHOCKLEY 
10th Squadron Commander 



MAJ. D. N. GAY 

11th Squadron Commander 



MAJ. D. J. ALLEN LT. COL. R. L. DEFFENBAUGH 

12lh Squadron Commander Group Commander 




Flight Instructor Program Provides Pilot Training 



The Flight Instructor Program at Clemson 
University is designed to prepare future Air 
Force pilots to go into advanced training upon 
their commission after graduation. 

Participants in the program take thirty-five 
hours of training, using a Cessna 150 aircraft. 
Included in these thirty-five hours are twenty 
hours of dual instruction and 15 additional hours 
of solo flying in which the trainee gains confidence 
in his ability to handle his aircraft. 

During his training, each cadet gains valuable 
experience in basic flight, navigation, and cross- 
country flying. Also, instructions in instrument 
flight and advanced aeronautics are included. The 
Department of the Air Force pays for the in- 
struction program. 

Each participant must have passed the pilot 
portion of the Air Force Officer Qualification Test 
with a certain grade and also the flight physical 
of regular Air Force pilots. 

Twenty-five cadets successfully completed the 
program this year. 




M. G. PRITCHARD 
F.I. P. Commander 




FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR GROUP. 



AFROTC BAND UNIT 




MAJ. B. WILLIAMS 
Band Commander 



Thursday afternoon drill sessions are much 
enhanced by the presence of the AFROTC Band. 
The AFROTC Corps training is led by a well- 
trained, well-coordinated group. The band per- 
forms as a regular drill unit of the AFROTC 
detachment at Clemson at all drill functions as 
well as in parades and during the flag presentation. 

The band participates jointly with the Army 
Band in the Honors and Awards Day Program 
each year. It sets the pace and provides all music 
for Air Force cadet troop maneuvers. 

Membership in the band is open to all interested 
AFROTC students who display talent in military 
marching and musical ability. Members generally 
furnish their own instruments; many members 
are in Tiger Band, others are students who were 
in bands before coming to Clemson University. 

The band is commanded and conducted by ex- 
perienced student officers. The Air Force ROTC 
Corps is proud of the band and well aware of its 
importance to drill training. Since its organiza- 
tion in 1950, the band has helped to set the high 
standards of the Air Force ROTC group. 









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ORGANIZATIONS 



Alpha Zeta 




ROBERT STEER 
Cluincellor 



Ballington, D. Creech, G. 

Bozard, J. Dellinger, R. 

Coleman, W. Dubose, H. 




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Those men who ha^•e become members of the 
fraternity of Alpha Zeta can be justly proud. The 
fraternity was founded in order that men having 
high academic achievements and strong character 
might further agricultural pursuits through their 
combined leadership. 

Both honor and service functions are performed 
by the fraternity members who come from all of 
the departments under the School of Agriculture. 
Members express their thoughts during business 
sessions and gain new insights from speakers and 
Alpha Zeta alumni. 

Participation on the regional and national levels 
is carried out by the S. C. Chapter. The chapter 
was well represented at the last regional conclave 
held by the Georgia Chapter in Athens. Many 
interesting and new ideas were brought back to 
the local chapter. Plans are being made for par- 
ticipation in the next regional conclave to be held 
at Mrginia Polytechnical Institute. Even though 
the field of agriculture may continue to make great 
changes, Alpha Zetas will meet these new chal- 
lenges with eagerness. 





Hughes, B. Lewis, A. Nickles, J. Rhodes, J. 

Krebs, B. Love, J. Nobles, J. Roebuck, B. 



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Shockley, J. Tyson, J. Wilson, T. 

Stang, J. Wicker, D. 



Alpha Phi Omega 

Alpha Phi Omega is the largest service fra- 
ternity in the United States. Clemson University's 
chapter, Gamma Lambda, is one of nearly four 
hundred in the nation. This year, active member- 
ship reached fifty-five, seventeen more than last 
year. Alpha Phi Omega is a growing and active 
fraternity on the Clemson campus. It has to be 
large to tackle the numerous tasks to be under- 
taken for a growing university. The projects 
undertaken this year were very successful. They 
consisted of a prize winning Homecoming dis- 
play, distributing of blotters, distributing of the 
Chronicle, providing graduating seniors with a 
copy of Careers magazine, and helping the in- 
firmary during the flu epidemic. APO also teaches 
a course in emergency self help. The scouting 
committee is responsible for many Boy Scout 
activities in the area. They observe the presenta- 
tions of merit badges to Scouts and instructors in 
swimming, lifesaving, and scouting skills. 




MIKE \V.\TTS, President 



GRACE COOK 

Sweetheart 



Allen, D. E. 
Askins, P. W. 
Ayers, R. G. 
Bass, J. A. 
Bazcmore, P. R. 
Black, J. A. 
Bozard, D. R. 
Boylcs, J. L. 

Brewer, W. S. 
Burgess, T. 
Chick, J. P. 
Cole, C. J. 
DoffcnbauKli. R. 
Denton, H. G. 
Dotson, R. C. 
Estcs, A. G. 

Garblcman, H. .^ 
Greene, Iv J. 
Hall, T. K. 
Hansen, I). M. 
Hodges. .\. H. 
Hubbard, J. C. 
Jebailcy, G. C. 
Katzcn, M. L. 

Kavan, C. R. 
Kinsey, H. D. 
Knust, K. M. 
LaPIaca, A. 
Lyle, J. D. 
Malpbrus, I,. O. 
Maynard, R. .'\, 
McCurry. R. 





Merkle, F. I. 
Myers, G. E. 
Oxler, S. J. 
Patterson, J. 
Persak, R. J. 
Phillips, E. H. 
Putman, W. M. 
Reid, A. R. 

Reuter, D. M. 
Robinson, B. C. 
Smalser, J. L. 
Smith, J. L. 
Smyth, B. 
Stepp, J. E. 
Stepp, K. S. 
Thompson, W. R. 

Thompson, S. H. 
Townsend, E. C. 
Trainer, R. P. 
White, E. T. 
Wielenga, B. L. 
Wilson, D. C. 
Willson, J. 





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J. C. HUBBARD 

Adz'isor 



A. G. LAW 

Advisor 



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Blue Key 





Gordon Edgin relaxes in Blue Key Lounge. 




C'liink Whitney listens intently during P.lue Key meeting. 



JOHN DICKERSON, President 



Blue Key is a national honorary organization 
with chapters on over 100 college campuses. Eli- 
gibility for membership is based primarily on all- 
round leadership, scholastic achievement, and 
service of students to their respective institutions. 
Their activities and projects are oriented toward 
the betterment and benefit of Clemson University. 
Blue Key provides a grounds for discussion of 
student problems, activities, and means of ser\'ing 
the institution and fellow students. 

Several projects are undertaken by the local 
chapter each year ; of which the planning, coordi- 
nating, and directing of Tigerama, the annual 
student variety production, is perhaps foremost. 
Blue Key did a fabulous job with Tigerama this 
year. Their efforts and contributions made the 
show one of the best. Besides being responsible 
for skit selection and the general production of 
Tigerama, the members serve as escorts for the 
Miss Clemson University contestants. In addition 
to entertaining or fund raising projects, this year 
Blue Key's activities included helping visitors on 
campus during High School Visitation Day. The 
members served as guides and student hosts for 
the guests. 

The Clemson Chapter has as one of its biggest 
aims to purchase a large Clemson University Seal 
to be placed on the front of the new Robert Mul- 
drow Cooper Library. 




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Clemson Circle K Club 

The Circle K Club is an organization for college 
men who have banded together to better serve 
their school and community. This service organi- 
zation is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. Among 
projects this past year, the Clemson University 
Circle K built and installed eight 55-gallon litter 
barrels. These were placed in various sections of 
the community and also at the YMCA recreation 
area on Lake Hartwell. Besides this, the club in- 
stalled a bulletin board on the loggia. During 
several afternoons, they planted the shubbery now 
adorning the new boys dormitories on west campus. 

The boys in this club are all students with good 
academic standings as is required by the Inter- 
national By-laws. Their only other requirement 
is a willingness to give up a few hours of their 
free time to better serve their school and com- 
munity. Last year the Circle K Club started a 
Key Club at Daniel High School in conjunction 
with the local Kiwanis Club. Various fund raising 
projects help the club support their service projects. 




MICH.-\EL FLYNN, President 



Members paint curbing around the town of Clemson. 



Blume, R. 
Collins, D. E. 
Douglass, H. B. 



Gardner, R. L. 
Gresham, W. 
Hendricks, S. E. 



Homan, B. B. 
Marion, S. H 
Mente, R. C. 



Richardson, W 
Walker, J. O. 
Warlick, W. 




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ALAN FRANKLIN, President 



Gamma Beta Phi 
Society 

The Gamma Beta Phi Society is a national 
organization dedicated to the principles of scholar- 
ship, leadership, and character among university 
students. The society is affiliated with the Na- 
tional Beta Club and tables its membership from 
those former Beta Club members who wish to 
maintain in college the same high standards of 
scholarship, the development of character, and the 
dedication to leadership that they upheld in high 
school. The Society's academic requirement for 
membership is a 2.70 grade-point ratio after hav- 
ing completed twelve semester hours. 

The Society held many functions this year, all 
in collaboration with helping Clemson University 
and benefiting worthy individuals. Gamma Beta 
Phi members are interested in helping the high 
school Beta Clubs all over the state. They co- 
operate with these clubs in helping them with their 
activities, and the society is directing the forma- 
tion of new clubs in schools where they are wanted 
or needed. Gamma Beta Phi helps to promote 
good citizenship at Clemson University by willingly 
offering their services to certain activities. They 
are responsible for the distribution of publicity 
posters and brochures concerning the Clemson 
Concert Series. The Society's members exert 
their leadership abilities by ensuing beneficial 
projects to Clemson University. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Parsons, J., Dantzler. B., Raffield, W., Skinner, P., Cobb, S., Patrick, D., Seely, P., Bopp, C, Chastain, M., Horton, J., 
Knoy, K., Thompson, W., Hubbard, S., Conen, E., Franklin A., Turner, J., Snoddy, B., Cooper, B., Warren, J., Daves, G. 



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LYKES HENDERSON. President 



Iota Mu Sigma 

Iota Mu Sigma is Clemson's honorary fraternity 
for Industrial Management majors. Membership 
is open to all I.M. sophomores, juniors, and sen- 
iors with a cumulative G.P.R. of 2.75 or better. 
On Honors and Awards Day the fraternity pre- 
sents an award to one Industrial Management 
student who has proven his abilities in the fields 
of leadership and scholarship. Iota Mu Sigma 
Service Pins are also awarded to two deserving 
students. 

The purpose of the fraternity is to promote 
scholarship, to be of service to the Industrial 
Management Department and to Clemson Uni- 
versity, and to promote further study preparatory 
to entering the field of management. The club 
sponsors several field trips each year to some of 
the most prominent businesses and corporations 
in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina 
to learn what the real business world is like. There 
is a steak banquet each semester to change the 
routine of the bi-monthly meetings. Here the 
members have a chance to speak with professors 
on an informal basis. 



Anderson, G. H. Chick, J. R. Dillard, J 

Avinger, T. O. Crouch, S. E. Hind, J. K. 

Bobo, J. C. Davics, R. W. Hutt, J. D. 

Caskie, C. R. Dickerson, J. A. Hughey, R. D. 



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Jeffcoat, J. L. 
LaRoache, E. B. 
McKeowen, M. B. 
Mente, R. C. 
Pinson, W. E. 



Stepp, K. S. 
Thomason, R. M. 
Trapnell, J. E. 
Vaughn, J. W. 
Wilson, C. B. 




Keramos 



Adams, H. P. Burns, J. M. 

Alfred, G. R. Carroll, J. A. 

Ballenger, D. T. Cotton, J. W. 

Brosnan, D. A. Dixon, R. L. 




In an effort to acknowledge outstanding stu- 
dents in the field of ceramic engineering, the 
Keramos Fraternity was estabHshed in January of 
1958. The fraternity's membership is composed 
of educators, graduates, and undergraduates who 
have primar\- interests in ceramics as a profession. 
Also the first professional fraternity in the field of 
physical sciences to be established at Clemson, the 
Keramos Fraternity has helped through its efforts 
to recognize ceramic engineering as a distinct 
engineering curriculum. 

By providing recognition and honor to its mem- 
bers, the South Carolina Chapter of Keramos 
strives to encourage further knowledge and con- 
tinued interest in the ceramic engineering field. 






Williamson, J. 
Wilson, C. N. 



RICHARD REESE, President 



Mu Beta Psi 



Alverson, D. Brannen, G. Compton, A. 

Brandt, W. Bullock, R. Falls, L. 

Brandon, J. Chinners, J. E. Harrington, R. 



During its thirty years of service to Clemson 
University, Mu Beta Psi, Delta Chapter, has been 
active in stressing the importance of music as a 
part of university life. Mu Beta Psi is Clemson 
University's National Honorary Music Fraternity. 
Membership is limited to male faculty and stu- 
dents who have participated in recognized musical 
activities for a minimum of two years. 

Presentation of the Annual Concert Series is 
a major project at which the members serve as 
ushers and marshalls and sell tickets. There are 
several concerts a semester, held either at the 
Field House or at Tillman auditorium. The turn- 
out is usually large, thus the members of Mu Beta 
Psi do a great service in voluntarily helping at 
these functions. Spring Sounds is a money mak- 
ing project of Mu Beta Psi which presents promi- 
nent musical groups on campus and has become 
widely recognized for both its entertainment value 
and as a vehicle for student musical expression. 






STEVE BUSCH, President 



A very musical drop-in for membership prospects. 




Holladay, C 
Kelly, J. 



Sigma Tau Epsilon 

Membership into the honor society, Sigma Tau 
Epsilon, is extended to all juniors and seniors in 
the College of Arts and Sciences with a 3.0 grade- 
point ratio or better. Its purpose is to establish 
and develop high standards of scholarship, char- 
acter and a spirit of fellowship among all of its 
members. This is evident when each initiate must 
pledge "I will always endeavor to speak the truth 
and live it as to be known and read of men what 
I really am." Two awards are given yearly by the 
society on Honors and Awards Day. One goes 
to the sophomore with the highest scholastic 
average ; the other to the senior in Arts and 
Sciences having the highest scholastic average. 
Active participation in Sigma Tau Epsilon is 
healthful incentive to upholding Clemson's finest 
intellectual spirit. 




JOE AVANT, President 




FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Chisnian, L., Morgan, \.. Barker, M., Violette, D., Uller, M., Ramey, T., Hardie, W., Dobbins, W., 
Sandifer, J., Lapin J. SECOND ROW: Dinwiddie, M,. Couch, S., BiggerstafF, D., Bonekat, B., O'Cain, C, Skinner, P.. Ray, S., Mc- 
Cracken B Cohen, E. THIRD ROW: .-\vant, J., Waldrop, H., Scialdone, A., Brvant, M.. Greene, D., Smith, J., Bock, B., Kaba, R., Peele, 
L., Marchbanks, B.. Shumpert, J., Bailcs. G. FOURTH ROW: Shirley, C, Fabian. G., Wilkins, D., Toole, A., Mation, R., Gentry, R., 
Williamon, R., Blair, D., Humphrey, K., \'ehorn, R. FIFTH ROW: Duncan, D.. Turner. D., Dubose, E., Miller, W., Jones, T., Derrocl, 
B.. Thompson, D., Potts, C, Stevenson, C, Edwards, B. 



Phi Eta Sigma 

Phi Eta Sigma is a national freshman honor 
society which was founded to encourage, recog- 
nize, and reward high scholastic work among male 
freshmen. There are more than 150 chapters of 
Phi Eta Sigma throughout the United States. 

A grade-point ratio of 3.5 or better for the first 
semester or for the entire year's work is the sole 
requirement for membership. 

Phi Eta Sigma sponsors the achievement tests 
given to interested freshmen in mathematics and 
English. The winners are recognized with special 
awards on Honors and Awards Day. The senior 
with the highest grade-point ratio is presented 
with a medal at Honors and Awards Day. In the 
spring, a banquet honoring those who have joined 
during the current year is given. 

Another purpose of Phi Eta Sigma is to give 
its members an opportunity to become acquainted 
with other outstanding students at Clemson. 

A formal initiation and business meeting is 
usually held once a semester. 




DON DuBOSE, President 




Garnett. S. Hendricks, J. Jones, C. Marchbanks, M. Morrison, S. 

Gooding, C. Herrington, E. Kersey, S. Martin, S. McAliley, J. 

Greene, D. Jeter, S. Kinghorn, A. Mauney, D. McCorkle, C. 

Hasslinger, M. Johnson, S. Lease, L. Miller, W. Nelson, C. 

Hatchell, R. Johnson, W. Littlejohn, H. Moore, R. Nelson, C. 




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The Executive Council plans meetings and functii 





H. G. SPENCER, President 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Membership in Phi Kappa Phi is considered to 
be the highest scholastic honor that can be awarded 
a Clemson student. The 3.5 GPR for Junior 
initiates and 3.2 GPR for Seniors serves as a chal- 
lenge to aspiring young scholars. The existence 
of such a national honor society on our campus 
exemi)lifies the importance which the professors 
and students alike attach to the pursuit of learning. 

The goal of Phi Kappa Phi, "The Love of 
Learning Rules Mankind," encompasses the de- 
termination of Phi Kappa Phi members to bring 
their influence to bear in the shaping of universal 
values. 

A member of Phi Ka])i)a Phi characteristically 
is a student who early in his college career realized 
the importance of performing at a high level of 
excellence and was willing to put forth the effort 
required for such a task. 

"To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield." 
( Tennyson ) 




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Abrams, J. 


Clark, W. 


Fowler, P. 


Horton, J. 


Addison, J. 


Cunc, C. 


Franceschi, G. 


Kersey, S. 


Alvcrson, B. 


Crais, J, 


Gardner, R. 


Lease, L. 


Avant, J. 


Gulp, J. 


Glass, R. 


Littlejohii, H. 


Bailes, G. 


DobsiMi, R. 


Greene, D. 


McArthur, M, 


Beam, H. 


Edwards, B. 


Gregory, W. 


McCorkle, C. 


Blackburn, J. 


Kwcll, R. 


Hendricks, J. 


McCracken, B 




TBI 'A 






Shealy, M, 
Silber, R. 
Smith, T. 
Smoak, N 



Stang, J. 
Steep, K. 
Steer, R. 
Steifle, J. 



Stevenson, C. ^Villiam^'lll, R. 

Stroup, K. Willson, H. 

Thompson, D. Wilson, R. 

Thurston, P. Wilson, T. 




Members are welcomed after 
formal initiation. 



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JAY D. HAIR, President 




Tiger Brotherhood 

Tiger Brotherhood is a local, selective honorary 
fraternity which was organized at Clemson in 
1928 by Professor J. L. Marshall for the purpose 
of developing a closer relationship between students 
and members of the faculty and administration. 

Each year Tiger Brotherhood participates in 
a number of campus activities and projects in an 
etfort to develop greater school spirit and a sense 
of pride and loyalty to Clemson. A project of key 
interest is the selling of hats before home football 
games in an effort to stimulate spirit and raise 
money for a Tiger statue to be placed in front of 
the new coliseum. The organization climEixes the 
school year by presenting the "Mother of the Year 
Award" to the outstanding mother, who in some 
way has been affiliated with Clemson University. 

Tiger Brotherhood contributes much to the 
great Clemson tradition by setting high standards 
of social and ethical conduct, as it strives to instill 
within its members a living image of the best type 
of Clemson Gentleman. 









Abram 


s. J- 


Amnions, W. 


Bowen. R. 


Cartwright, D. 


Dickerson. J 


Addisc 


n. J. 


Barbary, J. 


Buck. J. 


Cooper, C. 


Drakeford. C 


Adkin 


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Benedict. G. 


Busch. W. 


Cox, F. 


Ellenberg. J 



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Maxwell, M. 
Merrell, T. 
Merry, W. 
Nemergut, J. 




Willi: 
Workman, J. 
Yoke, W. 
Ziegler, G. 



DavL' and John coordinate hat sale. 




This is the best Clemson has to offer. 



Harrower, S. Kelley, F. McCrorey, S. 

Hoag, R. Lanier, B. McGee. E. 

Jackson, J. McCrary, D. Mahaffey, J. 




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Tau Beta Pi 



Brown, C. H. 
Childress, M. P. 
Cu'lp, J. W. 



Dobson, R. L. 
Hendricks, J. R. 
Jeter, S. M. 



Lease, L. R. 
Nelson, C. D. 
Nelson, C. R. 



Newton, J. S. 
Redden, J. D. 
Reese, C. R. 



Rice, R. W. 
Smoak, N. A. 
Steifle, J. W. 



Whitfield, G. T. 
Wilson, R. R. 




Pledgie polishes Bent at Riggs Hall. 





SIDNEY KERSEY, President 



Tail Beta Pi is the nation's oldest engineering 
honor society, having its beginning in 1885. The 
local chapter. South Carolina Alpha, was estab- 
lished at Clemson in 1928 with the purpose then, 
as it is today, to recognize those who have exhi- 
bited superior scholarship and distinguished char--^ 
acter as undergraduates in engineering. 

Membership in the chapter is limited to those 
juniors and seniors in .at least the upper fifth of 
their class who have shown leadership ability in 
their respective engineering fields. 

Tau Beta Pi strives to improve the academic 
atmosphere at Clemson by means of its service 
activities, which include a free slide rule course 
taught by chajjter members, the maintenance of 
study rooms in the Civil Engineering Building, 
and an award to the outstanding sophomore engi- 
neering student. A new service activity under- 
taken this year is the freshman guidance program 
whereby upperclassmen give counsel to freslimen. 



Xi Sigma Pi 




Members gather before receiving membership certificates. 



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^ornwell, E. J. 
;ounts, R. J. 
Wles, J. E. 



Knight, J. M. 
Macfie, M. S. 
Martin, D. 



Martin, D. R. 
Niederhof, R. C. 
Philhps, R. J. 



The objectives of this fraternity are to secure 
and maintain a high standard of scholarship in 
forestry education, to work for the upbuilding of 
the profession of Forestry, and to promote fra- 
ternal relations among earnest workers engaged 
in forestry activities. A Xi Sigma Pi brother tries 
to further fraternal relations and to promote the 
high ideals of the fraternity among those who are 
directly or indirectly engaged in forest activities. 

Xi Sigma Pi is the oldest and largest forestry- 
fraternity originating in the colleges of the United 
States. This year, the fraternity presented, for the 
first time, a scholarship recognition award. This 
award is presented to the rising sophomore, jun- 
ior, and senior that achieved the highest grade- 
point ratio for the previous academic year and 
also shows desirable personality traits. 



BILL COLEMAN, President 





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pro-fes'sion-al (pro-fesh'iin-ol; -'!), adj. 1. Of or re- 
lating to a profession. 2. Cliaracteristic of or con- 
forming to the standards of a profession; as, pro- 
■fessional courtesy. 3. a Engaging in an activity, 
as a sport, for gain rather than for fun. b En- 
gaged in by professionals; as, a professional race. 
4. Following a line of conduct as though it were 
a profession; hence, assumed; as, a professional 
patriot. — n. A person who engages in anything 
for gain rather than for sport alone; — opposed to 
amateur. — pro-fes'sion-alism (-Iz'm), n. — profes'- 
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Agricultural and 
Biological Science 
Council 

The Ag-Big Council is composed of two mem- 
bers from each chib and organization in the 
College of Agricultural and Biological Sciences. 
The purpose of the Student Council is to serve 
Ag-Bio students by coordinating all activities 
among the member clubs. The Student Council 
welcomes all high school students visiting the 
agricultural and biological departments by con- 
ducting visitation tours. Throughout the year 
Council members are engaged in orientation talks 
to students across the state who show interests in 
respective Ag-Bio fields. The Council stresses 
the importance of agriculture and biology in our 
society. Each semester the Council sponsors 
square dances which promote closer ties between 
students and faculty. 



Dr. Boone 


Dubose, H. 


Gilreath, J. 


Martin, D. 


Durham, D. 


Nickles. J. 


Breazeate, F. 


Gassaway, F. 


Wicker, D. 


Thompson, J. 


Summers, J. 


Hahn, H. 


Montgomery, C. 


Carroll, L. 


Dr. Skelton 


Graham, B. 


McKeown, K. 


Hughes, B. 


Stang, J, 


Steer, R. 


Mishoc, W. 





Members attend a lecture meeting featuring a repre- 
sentative of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. 



Agricultural 
Economics Club 

The Agricultural Economics Club of Clemson 
University promotes fellowship between students 
and staff members of Agricultural Economics. 
This organization familiarizes its members with 
current agricultural and economic problems and 
makes available all information and advice within 
this field. 

The club sponsors field trips of interest to the 
students ; moreover, it presents various speakers 
to its members throughout the year. Perhaps one 
of the most important projects this organization 
sponsors is the preparation of a news bulletin de- 
voted to encouraging high school seniors to attend 
Clemson and major in Agricultural Economics 
and to promote the department's graduate program. 

Social activities of this organization include a 
homecoming display and a banquet for the mem- 
bers, their dates, and staff members. 




Agricultural Economics members. 




JOE M. BATES, President 



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PHIL MAYNARD, Prcsid..: 

American Association 
of Textile Technology 




The student chapter of the American Associa- 
tion for Textile Technology provides textile stu- 
dents an early means of becoming associated with 
the organization of the National AATT and to 
advance its aims and goals. 

The student chapter of AATT was organized 
on Clemson"s campus in 1%2 to affiliate the stu- 
dents in textiles with a national textile organi- 
zation. 

The purposes of the AATT are to keep the 
students informed on current developments in the 
textile industry, and to develop an understanding 
of all aspects of the industry. 

These goals are accomplished by having speak- 
ers from industry talk at meetings, having field 
trips to industries, and showing movies on recent 
developments. All undergraduate students includ- 
ing freshmen, whose curriculum includes one 
major course in textiles are eligible to become 
members of the students chapter of AATT. 




Brock, P. 


Love, S. 


Sharp, W. 


Connelly, R. 


Marcengill, J. 


Shive, D. 


Gambrell, J. 


Moore, D. 


Sibley, W. 


Goldstein, L. 


Moore, H. 


Small, R. 


Gregory, E. 


Partlow, H. 


Smith, R. 


Kellam, W. 


Phillips, R. 


Smith, Roy 


Linder, R. 


Robbins, V. 


Williams, J 





Booth, H. 


Hendrix, J. 


Norris, A. 


Bostic, J. 


Millar, R. 


Perkins. W. 


Brock-, R. 


Moraii, J. 


Sutherland, C 


Crosby, G. 


Nelson, W. 


Todd, G. 



American Association 
of Textile Chemists 
and Colorists 

The Student Chapter of the American Associ- 
ation of Textile Chemists and Colorists is a 
professional organization for those persons inter- 
ested in the chemistry of fibers, dyestufifs and 
adjuncts of textile applications. Since the AATCC 
was founded in 1921, its basic goal has been to 
provide a forum for the dissemination of knowl- 
edge concerning textile chemistry and for the 
professional development of its members. Today 
the nearly 9,000 members of the AATCC live and 
reside in nearly 46 of the 50 states and in over 40 
other countries. Activities during the year include 
plant trips to such textile operations as Greenwood 
Mills and Gregy Dyestuffs. Speakers at the bi- 
monthly meetings talk on current subjects and 
new developments in the textile industry and a 
banquet ends out each semester's activities. 




TERRY ANDERSON, President 



American Ceramic Society 




FRONT ROW, LEFT TO KIC.HT: Braiult, B., Wiggins, M., Burns, .]., 
Denison, D., Sinclair, T., Southgate, G. Allen, U., Handv, D., Watson, R., 
Senerote, L., Cotton, J., Carroll, A. BACK ROW: Wilson, C, Ramsey, J.. 
Adams, H., Dixon, R., Meister, B., LaRoclie, E., Scott, R., Reese, R., Fortson. 
J., Robinson, C, Childress, J., Presson, W., Bennet, R., Ballenger, D., Faust, H. 




JOHN W. COTTON, President 



The American Ceramic Society is an organiza- 
tion composed of students majoring in Ceramic 
Engineering. Membership is open to students 
from freshman to graduate students. 

The society holds at least one regularly sched- 
uled meeting each month at which the society 
endeavors to have an interesting speaker in the 
ceramic field. Lectures are on such topics as new 
developments, new techniques and problems of the 
ceramic industry which the members will some 
day face as ceramic engineers. 

Many field trips are conducted for the ACS. 
These trips are to brick plants, and fiberglas plants 
among other plants that manufacture ceramic 
products. These trips to various places prove to 
be thoroughly educational as well as entertaining 
to all who attend. 

Each year the local chapter sponsors an annual 
speaking contest in which the winner represents 
the chapter at the national convention. Members 
of the Clemson chapter of the American Ceramic 
Societv may also become student members of the 
National American Ceramic Society. Members 
enjoy benefits such as reduced prices on textbooks 
])ublished by the society and the receiving of the 
two monthly publications of the society. 




American Chemical 
Society 

The American Chemical Society provides an 
opportunity for fellowship among students of 
chemistry, textile chemistry, and chemical engi- 
neering in addition to instilling a pride in these 
areas as professions. Membership is open to all 
students majoring in chemistry, chemical engi- 
neering, and textile chemistry. 

Each year the members of the local chapter 
attend various sectional meetings and social events 
in South Carolina and North Carolina. Speakers 
such as Dr. John Nair lecturing on the role of 
chemistry in industry are guest speakers at local 
meetings. This year there was a joint meeting 
with AIChE at which the students heard a lec- 
ture in drugs and their effect on the mind. In 
November, the members attended the Regional 
ACS meeting in Atlanta for several days to hear 
well-known figures in the fields of chemistry and 
bio-chemistry. 

The local chapter furnishes assistance to all 
freshman students needing help in chemistry by 
providing a tutoring program. The society sells 
safety glasses and aprons to provide money for 
the various activities, and thereby eliminating the 
need for members to pay local dues. 



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dams, N. 
aird, D. 
ock, R. F. 



ales. J. H. 
Jlcman, T. O. 
avis, J. M. 



Eggers, K. 
Fairey, K. 
Figueroa, R. E. 
Gentry, R. 
Gilchrist, W, 



B. 



Melnich. J. 
Phillips, T. H. 
Poteat, G. 
Sears, J. M. 
Street, R. 



Heggood, S. 
Hughes, G. 
eanhardt, M. L. McAmish, L 



W. 



Trepal, G. J. 
White, P. 
Wright, J. E. 



While meeting in the Organic Lab, the members watch the stirring solution. 



American Dairy 
Science Association 










The Clemson American Dairy Association had 
a small but important beginning in 1922. Due to 
the tireless efforts of Professor B. E. Goodale, 
Clemson dairy students started the Clemson Dairy 
Club, which was later to become affiliated with 
the national ADSA. This club has the proud 
distinction of being the oldest departmental club 
on campus. 

Members constantly seek to learn especially 
from young men who are presently facing situa- 
tions very similar to ones our dairy graduates will 
be facing shortly. Programs centered around 
panel and group discussions are being emphasized. 
Possibilities for sharing a program with the Geor- 
gia ADSA are being considered. 

This year's Dairy Products Judging Team went 
to Los Angeles to participate in the National Con- 
test. The team composed of Wayne Satterwhite, 
Richard Classey, and Robert Steer were jileased 
to place eighth in ice cream judging. 

Academic standards continue to be emphasized. 
Many scholarships sponsored by various dairy 
organizations are made available to dairy club 
members. Perha])s the most cherished award is 
made by the dairy club to the dairy student show- 
ing the most im])rovement during his stay at 
Clemson. 



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Butler. W. 


Duck\ 


vorth. R. 


McKeown. S. 


ScroKgs. R 


Catto, M. 


Tames 


on, H. 


Mann, J. 


Senn. R. 


riassey, R. 


Torda 


n. J. 


Moore, C. 


Steer, J. 


Torbett. H. 


Long, 


R. 


Nichols. A. 


Talbot. E. 


Cornwell, G. 


Long. 


L. 


Peeler. H. 
Satterwhite C. 


Watson. R. 
Webb. R. 



ROBERT STEER, President 





American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers 

The student chapter of the American Institute 
of Chemical Engineers was founded on the Clem- 
son campus in 1947. Membership in the student 
chapter is restricted to chemical engineering stu- 
dents who have attained at least a sophomore 
rating. The purpose of the AIChE is to further 
the interests of the students in the realm of 
Chemical Engineering and to promote profes- 
sionalism. This is accomplished by having guest 
speakers from industry lecture at bi-monthly meet- 
ings of the chapter on such topics as Psychedelic 
Drugs, Computer Control, the Chemical Engineer 
in Plant Design and Nuclear Engineering. The 
senior members of the AIChE also participate in 
numerous plant trips to gain firsthand information 
about the chemical industry. 

The AIChE also engages in social activities. 
The chapter constructs a display in front of Earle 
Hall on Homecoming weekend, and a party is 
given for members twice during the year, as well 
as a steak supper for members at the end of the 
academic year. 





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Macon and Jim engage in an evaporation experime 



Addy, W. 


Batson, W. 


Bernat, W. 


Brown, C. 




Burton. J. 
Campbell, P. 


Alexander, T. 


Baxley. L. 


Blanks. W. 


Brown, H. 




Amick, H. 


Berkland, R. 


Bracken, J. 


Bruggeman 


, W, 


Campbell, J. 






Frank and Bo conduct a liquid extraction experiment. 



DAN HOLDER, President 





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J. hmimJsM 




Capps, T. Clarke, L. 

Chapin. J. tockroft, J. 

Chinners, J. Coleman, T. 



Dempscy. D. Fclton. G. Forbes. J. 

Detwiler, D. Fesseler. R. Ford, B. 

Ucwitt, M. Finlcy, J. Glenn, S. 



GoodinR. C. Henne. E. 

Hannah, J. Herron, H. 

Hayes, S. Horton, M. 



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Judson, Benny, and Gene await results of a gas 
absorption experiment. 












Horton, R. 
Jackson. D. 
Jacobs, W. 
Johnson, D. 
Johnson. G. 
Johnston, A. 
Jo 



Knudsi 



D. 



Kunz, R. 
Lake, M. 
Lawson, T. 
McLiloy. J. 
McElveen, S. 
Martin, J. 
Mayfield. D. 
Mitchell, J. 



Mo 



N. 



n, M. 
Osborne, M. 
Peeples, J. 
Poof, W. 
Poole, B. 
Richbourg, V. 
Rice, R. 



Riekcr, J. 
Robertson, O. 
Robinson, W. 
Rodrigues, G. 
Roof, R. 
Rutland, C. 
Salamony, J. 
Scherler. W. 



R. 

Sheppard, W. 
Smith. S. 
Steele, R. 
Stokeley, D. 
Stone, M. 
Talbert, J. 
Templeton, J. 



Theiling, H, 
Thompson, A. 
Thompson, R. 
VanLoon. W. 
Walters. J. 
Watson, B. 
Westergaard, A. 
Whetsell, D. 



Williams, B. 
Wyatt. L. 
Young, J. 



Ed Henne and Bill Bernat work at the analog 
computer. 



American Institute of 
Industrial Engineers 





Beam, T. D. 


Oe 


ish,iw. J. D. 


Henderson, R, R. 


Johnson, H. A. 


Shull, T. S. 


Trainor, R. P 


Clapper, W. L. 


Dr. 


m, J. H. 


Hicks. R. J. 


Little, D, D. 


SteiKler, H. J. 


Trapp, R. D. 


Clarkson, J. H. 


Dos 


s, D. A. 


Hyatt, W. A. 


O'Shield, D. M. 


Stroup, K. F, 





The organization formally known as the Society 
of Industrial Engineers became the Clemson 
chapter of the American Institute of Industrial 
Engineers during the 1965-1966 school year. The 
AIIE was organized to stimulate and promote the 
advancement of industrial engineers at Clemson. 

Members are industrial engineer majors who 
wish to learn more about their chosen fields, and 
thus promote themselves professionally. They 
achieve this purpose by participating in programs 
which present speakers from various facets of 
Industrial Engineering and by vising nearby 
plants in which industrial engineers are in de- 
mand. A trip to Lockheed in Georgia was planned 
for this year. Speakers highlighted the schedule : 
Mr. Lenny Bell from Firestone, and a representa- 
tive from Talon, Inc. 

The members may attend the regional AIIE 
Conference in the spring. Students may submit 
a technical paper at the conference to practice 
ability in presenting materials and to compete for 
cash awards. Also during the year the AIIE 
produces and sells ashtrays and anvil pa])erweights 
in order that the chajHer can have funds to operate. 



JIM MARLER, President 



,\n afternoon class listens as Jim makes preparations for 
the next week's seminar. 





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ROY COOPER, President 



American Society 
For Metals 

The Student Chapter of the American Society 
for Metals was organized on the Clemson Uni- 
versity campus in September, 1966. This rela- 
tively new organization was formed to stimulate 
student interest in the latest scientific and engi- 
neering developments in the field of metals and 
engineering materials ; to off'er inspiration through 
contact with nationally known speakers on metal- 
lurgical subjects; and to familiarize students with 
the professional attractions of the career in metal- 
lurgical research or production. Any regularly 
enrolled, full-time undergraduate or graduate stu- 
dent in metallurgy, metallurgical engineering, 
materials engineering, or related fields shall be 
eligible for membership. Yearly activities include 
plant tours, technical talks by selected guest speak- 
ers, monthly visits to the regional American 
Society for Metals meetings. Further activities 
include a Homecoming display and two group 
picnics. 




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Rrackett. R. 


Fowler, W. 


Grochowski, J. 


Langley. D. 


Newton. J. 


Dunham. R. 


Geronimos, M. 


Harvey, A. 


Latimer, T. 


Strayer, P 


''ickling, J. 


Glunta. R. 


Johnson, S. 


Meyers, V. 


Welfare, H 





Stan watches metallurgical camera. 



Roger and Cliff work the vacuum 
furnace. 



American Society of 
Civil Engineers 

Speakers from the Tennessee Valley Authority, 
Bethlehem Steel, American Institute of Steel Con- 
struction, and Southern Railways highlighted the 
engineering phase of the Clemson University 
Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engi- 
neers this year. During the course of the year, 
the Clemson chapter made field trips to the Clem- 
son coliseum and the Keowee Toxoway Con- 
struction site, along with other points of interest. 
The functions and field trips this year, as always, 
were to acquaint civil engineering students with 
the various phases of engineering. 

Building a Homecoming display, editing an 
annual student publication, and participating in 
the Carolina Conference with other ASCE socie- 
ties rounded out the civil engineers' calendar year. 
Through the participation of its 100 member 
enrollment, the Clemson Chapter of ASCE should 
again rank as one of the nation's best. 

Joey shows members how to adjust the dials of the machinery. 



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Students measure the destruction of a cylinder. 




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Ballcnctr, R. Bopp. C. 

Barnwell. T. Boyce, W. 

Bmford. R. Catoe. R. 

Blume, O. Chaplin, R 



Daniel, C. Ford, W. Henning, R. 

Dulin, R. Gamble. A. Huckaby. C. 

Eckard. P. Gartland. K. Jackson. J. 

Edmonds, R. Hendricks, J. Jacobs, J. 



JOEY BRIGGS, President Students watch the crushing of bricks. 





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:tllahan, W. 
;.n(;horn, A. 
;rudcncr, A. 



Lipscomb, R. Miller. M. 

McCombs. D. Pace, R. 

McGee, E. Richards. R. 

Mathias. H. Russell. J. 



Shrum. S. Sturgis. W. 

Smith. C. Terry. W. 

Smoak, N. Thomas. R. 

Spetnagel, T. Timraons. J. 



Tropea, L. Ward. J. Yount. D. 

Turner. R. Ward. J. Ziegler, G. 

Valentine, T. Wolter, W. 

Walker, J. Woods, J. 



American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers 

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers 
is a national engineering society dedicated to the 
advancement of the engineering profession. Mem- 
bership is open to any mechanical engineering 
student in good standing. 

Bimonthly meetings are held that feature busi- 
ness discussions, planned programs and guest 
speakers from the industry. 

ASME students participate in such contests as 
design contests, the Bendix Award, and technical 
paper presentations. The Clemson chapter holds 
the coveted Bendix Award which is presented for 
the best organization, programs and student par- 
ticipation. Members also take an active part in 
such activities as the Homecoming display, field 
trips, and the annual regional student conference. 

The ASME is a very useful outlet for students. 
The club brings together all mechanical engineer- 
ing students from freshmen to graduates. Many 
friendships and working relationships are de- 
veloped that will be of value after graduation. 




BRIAN PEGRAM, President 





Members listen to one of tlie many proRrams arranRed for tlie society. 



nrani.en. G. Culp. J. Dtflcnbaugh, R. Drennan, R 

Coons, J. Davis. J. Dorcy, R. Ellcfson, C 



Fletcher, R. 
t^'«*V ; Fralick. J. 
^ ' Foster, G. 



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Gay. D. 




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Engineers build spirit. 








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Kiskil. K. Mayfield, J. Nelson, C. Pearce. J. 

Lane, T. Montjoy, K. Orr, W. Power, R. 



Smith, T. Tennaiit. M. Whitm.re. R. 

Stewart, A. Wh.teheard, J. Wilson. R. 



Block and Bridle Club 




Delegation to the Chicago Convention about to leave. 



Block and Bridle, the professional club of the 
Animal Science Department, finances annual trips 
to Atlanta and Chicago for the Livestock judging 
team. The money for these trips and other activi- 
ties is raised by barbecues held on IPTAY Day 
and the Spring Intra-squad football game. 

Each semester, the club offers a scholarship for 
the outstanding junior in scholastic standing, 
leadership, and general Block and Bridle work. 
The club also submits a candidate for the National 
Block and Bridle Junior Scholarship, 

During the Spring Semester, the Little Inter- 
national Livestock Show is held. It includes such 
activities as a club livestock judging and evalu- 
ation contest in which the students e.xhibit their 
skills in fitting and showing cattle, sheep, and 
swine. After this program a judging contest is 
held for 4-H and FFA Chapters across the state. 
Trophies are awarded to the highest scoring team 
and individual team members. 

At the annual banquet, honorary membership 
is bestowed upon two gentlemen whose interest 
and hard work have greatest protnoted the livestock 
industry in South Carolina. The highest award, 
the Merit Trophy, was presented to the Outstand- 
ing Senior for his leadership and work within the 
club that helped to make the year a success. 




Adams, J. 
Daron, S. 


Costron, J. 


Morris, P. 


Gilliam. D. 


Newton, M 


Banics, C. 


Hendrix, W. 


Nickles, T. 
Pardue, j. 


Bcatson, R. 


Jackson. J. 


Bonnettc, T. 


Lilis. G. 


Parker, M. 


Brittain, W. 


McGill, J. 


Quinn, S. 


Cone, C. 


Malphrus, L. 


Riddle, S. 



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Rowland, E. Suber, F. Vallentine, P. Wise, W. 

Shumway, P. Thomas, J. Willoughby, M. Woods, C. 



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Members serve guest line at the oarbecu^. 




DON BALLINGTON, President 



Boys from Newberry Boys Farm were guests at 
the barbecue. 



American Society of 
Agricultural Engineers 



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Members barbecueing on Homecoming Weekend. 



The purpose of the South Carolina Branch of 
ASAE is to famiharize the student in Agricultural 
Engineering with his future profession. The Stu- 
dent Branch carries on several activities and 
projects each year. This year the club was the 
host for the Southeast region meeting of Student 
Branches of ASAE. 

This year the club had a twelve-acre soybean 
project. The club members did all the work on 
the project and got valuable experience working 
with the other members. The money made on the 
project helped pay for a field trip to different parts 
of the Southeast to tour companies that employ 
Agricultural Engineers. 

The Student Branch sponsors a barbecue sup- 
per for the South Carolina Section of ASAE each 
year during the Homecoming Weekend. This is 
a joint supper between the members and the 
Agricultural Engineers of the state and gives the 
members a chance to meet some poiisible future 
eni])Ioyers. The annual banquet is held between 
the Georgia and Clemson Branches of ASAE to 
exchange ideas and meet students from other 
schools. 




TOM BURGESS, President 




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BO CHINNERS, President 



Clemson 4-H Club 

Established in 1952, the purpose of the 4-H 
Club is to establish closer relationships among 
the students and faculty members and to train its 
members for leadership. Th original members 
were students who had been 4-H members in high 
school. These students recognized the need to 
maintain their social and service contacts with 
students and alumni having similar interests. 

A monthly service is provided for the students 
by printing and distributing calendars listing 
major campus events. The Alumni Association 
aids in the service. 

The club members are well informed about 4-H 
activities by such speakers as Mr. J. B. Williams, 
State Boys 4-H Agents and Dr. W. D. Mickle- 
berry of the Food Science and Biochemistry De- 
partment. All these activities along with a trip 
to the Southeastern Collegiate Conference enable 
the students to keep a close watch on the 4-H 
activities of the nation. 




LEFT TO RIGHT : Bonnette, T., Nichols, J., Gassaway, F., Chinners, B., Moore, G., Dangerfield, C, Steer, R. 



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Forestry Club 

The purpose of the Clemson Forestry Club is 
to bring about a closer relationship among the 
forestry students and to promote interest in the 
knowledge of forestry in the University. Member- 
ship is open to all students of the Department of 
Forestry. 

The club participates in all intramural sports 
and they have established a winning record for 
homecoming displays. The members finance their 
activities by cutting and selling firewood. 

This year the Clemson chapter was the host 
for the Association of Southern Forestry Clubs' 
conclave. At the conclave there is competition in 
field events such as pole climbing, axe throwing, 
and bow sawing. 

In addition to the conclave, the club annually 
publishes The Clemson Forester. The aim of the 
publication is to inform all interested persons of 
the club and department activities. 

From the willingness to work and the enthusi- 
asm of all members, all Forestry students feel that 
the club is a great asset. 



DALE MARTIN, President 




Barfield, J. 


Charland. A. 


Creech. J. 


Holcombe. J 


Brockenfelt. G. 


Clarkson, H. 


Epps. P. 


Jenson. J 


Brooks. R. 


Coleman. W. 


Forbes. R. 


KniRht. M. 


Bullock. R. 


Counts. R. 


Ford. R. 


Koch. J. 


Carlson. G. 


Cowles. J. 


Hoffman. V. 


Kostyra. F. 



I.ittle. R. 
Macfic. M. 
Martin. D. 




'I knew I cut lab one too many times.' 




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Another winning display with "Paperize the Terps" 




Jerry and Larry try to start the chain saw. 




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Miller, J. E. Royce. P. A. Smoak, W. H. Walden, D. L. 

Ozbolt, B. R. Ryder, D. Southard, W. E. Walker, L. S. 

Patterson, R. Satcher, W. W. Stewart, D. L. Wall, W. V. 

Phillips, R. J. Schuize, H. Thomas, W. R. White, F. W. 

Poston, R. A. Settle, H. H. Thompkins, D. L. Wiley, W. H. 



Clemson Horticulture 
Club 




Members pot plants for future sale. 



The Clemson University Horticulture Club 
furnishes a medium of contact with the horti- 
culturists of the state and acts as an official agent 
of the horticulture students in college matters. 
Promoting the profession of Agriculture, the club 
is comprised of undergraduate and graduate stu- 
dents and supported by the faculty and staff of the 
Department of Horticulture. Clemson's Horti- 
culture Club placed second in nationwide competi- 
tion of the Association of Collegiate Branches of 
the American Society for Horticulture Science, of 
which the Clemson Club is a charter member. 

The club has worked enthusiastically on all 
projects. This year's club made graj^e juice and 
potted plants to make enough money to send 
representatives to embody the club in several 
competitions. The school year is oi>ened with a 
cook-out, which affords new members a chance 
to meet and mingle with faculty and other Horti- 
culture Club members, and it ends with a spring 
banquet. 

At the 1967 meeting of the ASHS, Jack Stang, 
a senior, presented an essay report based on his 
findings of a summer's experiment, in which he 
placed first over other colleges and universities 
represented. 




LOUISE CARROLL, President 



Ballard, B. 


Crenshaw, R. 


Hyder, W. 


Martin, K. 


Boozer, T. 


Culp. M. 


Uwis, J. 


Morrel, G. 


Caggiano, J. 


Fosky, P. 


Lucious, G. 


Schirmer, L 


Clemmons. D. 


Harper, S. 


Lynn, L. 


Summer, J. 


Cooper, C. 


Hockenberry, M. 


Martin. L. 


Walcher, A. 




A lively discussion on which came first, the chicken or the egg. 



Acker, T. Kuisma, R. 

Cooke, T. McAbee, M. 

Foy, J. Odom, D. 

Hahn, H. Waddell, D. 

Harmon. J. Wells, M. 

Holbrook. D. Wicker, D. 
Kinard, H. 








The Poultry 
Science Club 



The Clemson Poultry Science Club was formed 
with the purpose of furthering the social, cultural, 
and scholastic activities of the members by work- 
ing together and in cooperation with the Poultry 
Science Department. 

To be a member, a student does not need to be 
a poultry major; his only qualification is that he 
must possess a sincere interest in some phase of 
the poultry industry of today. 

During the 1967 football season, the club spon- 
sored a chicken barbecue the day of the Home- 
coming game with Maryland. The proceeds from 
this barbecue were used to pay the members' 
expenses to the Southeastern Poultry Exposition 
in Atlanta during the last of January. 

Also, during the year, the club invites in several 
outside speakers who fill the members in on what 
is happening in the different aspects of the poultry 
industry as well as in related fields. These outside 
speakers help to establish a much needed connect- 
ing link between the academic and business views 
of the student in relation to the day when he will 
go from one aspect to the other. 




Clemson University 
Recreation and Parks 
Administration 

The Recreation and Parks Administration Club 
was organized three years ago by students major- 
ing in RPA. Their purpose was to help Clemson 
become recognized in the field of recreation. The 
club encourages the students to have a good out- 
look on the profession and provides recreation 
activities for them to participate in. In the three 
years since the clubs organization it has grown to 
be the largest RPA Club in the United States. 

The members have many opportunities to get 
together to discuss their work and make plans for 
the future. The club sponsors regular activities 
such as guest speakers, field trips, monthly meet- 
ings and socials. In November, the club featured 
a special social for the most honored guest of the 
South Carolina Recreation Society's Convention 
which was held here at Clemson. In the spring, 
the members will go to Charlotte for a tour of 
the city's recreation facilities. 




BILL KISS.A.M, President 




FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sliircr, C. Kennedy, H., Neely, K.. Home, U.. Kucstcr, A.. Owings, M.. Fletcher, N.. Brittain, W., 
Lawton, R., Davis, M., Robinson, B., O'Keath. M. (advisor). SECOND ROW: Lawton, J., Druniniond, J., Walters, J., Jeffries. F., Spear- 
man, A., Faulkner, J., Entrekin. L., Baughnian, F., O'Neal, M., Bowen, D., Gaithcr, T. THIRD ROW: Putman, D., Drennan, J., Roediger, 
C, Jones, R., Hinson, A., Touchstone, B., Scott, J. Stroud, J., Bo.stin, T., Shealv, M. 




R. D. SHANNON, Adinsor 
DAVID CAMPBELL. President 



Economics Club 

The Economics Club exists for the purpose of 
providing investigation and singular discussions of 
current economic issues. The meetings are in- 
formal, and usually held in the homes of the 
faculty. The meetings are attended by most of 
the professors of the economics department, so 
the student has vast opportunities to learn from 
firsthand discussion and argument rather than 
from a textbook or static situation of the class- 
room. There is no prerequisite for the member- 
ship in the club, the only requirement is an abid- 
ing interest in the study of economics. The club 
has featured speakers from such fields as banking 
and the stock market, and holds frequent debates 
between students and facultv. 




FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Campbell, D., Burgess, D., Addison, J. 
Cline, K., Burrell, O., Byers, M. 



BACK ROW: 



Walker, J., 



Delta Sigma Nu 



Delta Sigma Nu is the pre-medical fraternity 
of Clemson University. The main purposes of 
organization are to prepare Clemson students for 
a career in medicine and to familiarize the mem- 
bers with medical subjects, helping them choose 
courses in keeping with pre-medical training, and 
to inform them of application procedures of 
regional medical schools. 

Throughout the college year, many trips are 
planned to the neighboring hospitals and medical 
schools. Past tours have been to the Greenville 
General Hospital, the Medical College of South 
Carolina, and Bowman Gray School of Medicine 
in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Noted pro- 
fessionals in the field of medicine come to speak 
to the club, and films of special interest are 
periodically presented for the benefit of the stu- 
dent body. 

Membership in Delta Sigma Nu is open to all 
Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental students as well as 
those in other curriculums who are planning a 
career in medicine. A minimum grade-point ratio 
of 2.5 is required. 




MICKEY LUND, President 




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He.ilh. R. 


Humphrey. K 


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n-y. W. 


Carroll, J. 


Cull.'m. J. 


DoMii 


.5., W. 


K.nr 


.M. 


(loo 


Im.in. L 


Hill, J. 


Hunt, J. 


Rrci 


11.111. J. 


Cochct, A. 


I).iiit7lcr, B. 


DuMo 


V. E. 


Frii- 


il.ni. J. 


11.11 


11.1, K. 


lloblis, 0. 


Jeliaily, G. 


Brov 


vn, E. 


Colcm.in. D. 


Deer, W. 


DuV.i 


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G.iri 


iicr. H. 


H.ir 


rington, R. 


llolman, D. 


Martin, S. 



IcCorkle, C. K. Roberts, J. E. Sherer, J. D. 

larabelli. A. Robertson. J. V. Skinner, P. B. 

:ay. L. K. Sandifer, J. B. Smith, J. D. 

ay, W. S. Settle, J. E. Smith, K. H. 



ti, C. E. Webber, \V. L. 

Stoddard, W. R. Weller. R. N. 

Trescctt. R. E. Wielenga, J. L. 
Watts. M. A. 




SIDNEY KERSEY, President 



I. E. E. E. 




Members get close-up of computers. 



Allen, J. 


n.ildwi 


n, J. 


lUII. D 


Boudolf. V. 


Burns. W. 


Chamblee, D 


Alkinson, W. 


liartNIt 


.V. C. 


Hell. G. 


Boyd. M. 


Brandon, J. 


Childress, M 


AvMim-r, II. 


Darker 


W. 


Ikrry, R. 


Brown, F. 


Calkins. \V. 


Clark, S. 


Baker. J. 


liclchcr 


, E. 


Holin, E. 


Bullar, D. 


Cardwell. W. 


Coleman, J. 




Collins, T. Davis, J. Druelle, D. 

Cox. J. Dobson, R. Dunlap, F. 

Crumplea, W. Doyle, B. Easier, T. 



Fairey. R. Fowler, D. Fulraer. D. 

Fleming, T. Frank, R. Gambrell, W. 

Flow, C. Frederiksen, J. Graab, G. 




Hartley, R. J 

Hay, J. Jenkins, G 

Hayey, T. I 

Huntley, P. Jones, J 



Big success at State Convention was Dr. Stokes 




Mincey. J. 
Moffat, R. 
Moll. J. 
Nelson, C. 



Nepueux, F. Phillips, W, 

Nettles, K. Rayle, B. 

Nusbickel, D. Reardon, R 

Pace, R. Rice, W. 



Williams, T. 
Wilson, C. 
Wilson. H. 
Youngblood, J. 







Lockheed goes about things in a big way. Son. 



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Gamma Omega Phi 

The purpose of Gamma Omega Phi fraternity 
is to honor the outstanding members of the Young 
Republicans Club of Clemson University. Organ- 
ized in 1967, the fraternity participates in many 
of the important functions of the Republican party 
in South Carolina. During the fall of this past 
year, the members of the fraternity helped in the 
organization of the Reagan dinner. During elec- 
tion campaigns, the Republican Party has the full 
support of every member of Gamma Omega Phi. 

The main purpose of every fraternity function 
is to set an example for the other members of the 
Young Republican Club. 

To be considered for membership, a candidate 
must be a member of the Young Republican Club 
and he must show a high degree of devotion to 
the Republican Party and what it stands for. The 
members come from all parts of the country. They 
are moderates, liberals, and conservatives but they 
all share a common belief in the ideals and purpose 
of the Republican Party. 



JAMES LAWTON, President 








Baker, E. R. Clinkscales, C. C. McKracken, B. Riggs, W. E. 

Beach, H. L. Gantt, R. D. Morris, L. P. Simpson, J. H. 

Bellelsle, J. W. Kecter, W. H. Payne, W. Watson. W. J. 

Clarke, D. R. Mayer, J. E. Pinson, W. E. Watts, J. 



Why, son, "Daddy War Bucks" is the name 




JOHN SCHLIEG, President 



Iota Lambda Sigma 




Steve Hunter works on club project. 



The Gamma Chapter of Iota Lambda Sigma 
was formed on the Clemson University campus 
in May, 1930, to promote industrial education 
through recognition of professional training and 
high scholarship. It is to maintain a closer fra- 
ternal bond between the actual and prospective 
teachers of industrial education. Members have 
completed at least twenty percent of the course 
work in their major field of industrial education 
with a "B" average or better and a graduating 
grade-point ratio. 

Initiation for the Gamma Chapter takes place 
twice each year, with a banquet at the conclusion 
for all faculty members, student brothers, and 
their guests. At the close of the initiation of the 
fall of 1967, Professor J. L. Brock, Past President 
of the chapter, was the speaker. 

The fraternity makes its services available to 
other fraternities on the Clemson campus by way 
of cutting and furnishing materials for initiation 
programs. Also, Iota Lambda Sigma contributes 
to a better educational atmosphere by supervising 
the Industrial Education Library established for 
student use. 






a Bell, J. D. 

Bellflower, R. H. 
Busch, W. B. 
Carroll, C. E. 
Cope, E. G. 



Fedele, R. S. 
Garrison, D. W. 
Gibson, W. W. 
Grubbs, E. 
Harry, O. J. 



Hartnett, J. F. 
Hunter, J. S. 
Jenkins, J. L. 
Lacey, R. N. 
Lehotsky, P. E. 



• X Phillips, G. A. 
Posch, P. J. 
Rohrbach, J. 
- Reid, A. R. 
Sexton, S. B. 



Ulmer, A. 
Vick, O. N. 
Watson, C. J. 
Williams, G. C. 







Richard Bellflower explains machinery to new members as old members look on. 



David cuts out initiation plaques for a fraternity. 




RICHARD DOBBINS, President 




Kappa Alpha Sigma 

This year, Kappa Alpha Sigma, better known 
as the Agronomy Club, has had one of its most 
active years. Besides the bi-monthly meetings, the 
club puts out a newsletter called "The Corn- 
shucker". This newsletter is sent to every mem- 
ber, various agronomy clubs around the state, and 
especially to all old Kappa Alpha Sigma members 
to keep them in touch with the club's activities 
and old classmates. Besides the annual cookout, 
the club took a field trip to the University of 
Georgia, and their club was asked to visit Clemson 
for a return trip. This is one of the many recipro- 
cal field trip programs set up. One of the last 
things the club participates in is the banquet held 
in March to which the graduating seniors are the 
guests of honor. 



Abernathy, W. 
Allen, E. 
Bishop, T. 



Dobbins, S. 
Dyson, J. 
Frayley, D. 



Gambrell, R. 
Haigler, H. 
Hane, S. 



Hobbs, J. 
Holstein, T. 
Huckaby, D. 



Kelly, ]. 
Lehecka, J. 
McClintock, H. 



M.iksymowicz, W. 
Ready, E. 
Sparks, R. 




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.Stackey, B. 
Steer, J. 




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At meeting, members practice using instruments in the textile testing lab. 



Phi Psi 




The Phi Psi Fraternity is the oldest Greek 
letter organization on the Clemson campus. Iota 
chapter was formed in 1927. The fraternity origi- 
nated at Philadelphia College of Textile Engineer- 
ing in 1903. Phi Psi Fraternity is the largest and 
most respected textile fraternity in the world and 
its alumni hold some of the highest positions of 
trust and respect in all branches of industry. 

Iota chapter of Phi Psi Fraternity on the 
Clemson campus is involved in various activities. 
Being in the heart of the agricultural district of 
the state, the Textile Club has potential and 
relevance. Some of the activities of the club in- 
clude field trips to textile plants and money-raising 
projects for the organization's annual banquet and 
national convention, held in March in Charlottes- 
ville, Virginia. Upon graduation, members may 
become members of an alumni chapter of the fra- 
ternity. The fraternity served as guides for high 
school students invited to orientation day at the 
school. They answered questions about college, 
choosing majors, and the rising opportunities in 
textiles. 




Anderson, T. 


Marcengill, J 


Bostic, J. 


Maynard, H. 


Connelly, R. 


Sibley, W. 


Gambrell. J. 


Small, R. 


Grubbs, J. 


Todd, G. 



WILLIAM M. SHARPE, President 



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Ackky, J. B. 
Allen, F. 
Atkinson, L. N. 
Belser, G. H. 
Britt, F. B. 



Chamberlain, C. L. 
Chappell, ]. D. 
Cleland. \V. F. 
Cobb, D. E. 
Cope, D. C. 



Copeland, W. L. 
Cornwell, J. C. 
Craft, P. J. 
Eatmon, D, S. 
Ellison, D. R. 



Feinberg, M. M. 
Flitter, C. R. 
George, S. 
Gilliam, D. H. 
Haywood, J. L. 



Hendrix, C. M. 
Horres, J. 
Hudgins, A. R. 
Huffstetler, C. 
Jackson, E. 




Pre -Veterinary Club 

The Pre- Veterinary Club of Clenison enables 
all students interested in Veterinary Medicine to 
gain insigiit and interest into the Veterinary pro- 
fession. The Pre-Vet Club is sponsored by the 
freshman and sophomore pre-veterinary advisors 
who work coordinately with the executive com- 
mittee of the club to establish an interesting and 
variable array of programs. Faculty members of 
the School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences 
always willingly give of their time to the members 
of the club. 

Each year the club has a variety of programs 
with speakers, field trips, and demonstrations of 
the veterinary methods and techniques. In the 
spring, the up])erclassmen make an annual field 
trij) to the Sandhill Experiment Station at 
Pontiac, S. C, where they are oriented into the 
activities and experiments taking ])lace there. 
Also, to keep with tradition, the upperclassnien 
travel to the University of Georgia to tour the 
Veterinary Medical School to which many ho])e 
to attend. 

At the end of each school year, a bantiuet is held 
to install new officers and to ])ring to a close the 
activities of the club. 



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JODY THOMPSON, President 




Kuisma, L. 
Milhous, W. K. 
Miller, G. 



Milkr, J. R. 
Montgomery, C. E. 
Morris, G. A. 



McAlhany, H. D. 
McBrayer, R. 
McCaskill, R. E. 



McDaniel, D. L. 
Patrick, P. D. 

Patterson, J. 



Patterson, J. E. 
Petusky, G. 
Ratliff, J. 



Rose, N. A. 
Stanek, B. J. 
Stewart, R. L. 



Thomas, S. A. 
Thompson, D. W. 

Williams, N. A. 



SAM 



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AOVANCEH^NT 

OF 



JOE LYNN, President 

The Society for Advancement of Management, 
the recognized national professional organization 
of managers in industry, commerce, government, 
and education, and the pioneer in management 
philosophy, has been dedicated to the advancement 
of management and of management men since 
1912. 

The annual Career Day sponsored by the Cleni- 
son University Chapter gives all students an 
opportunity to gain knowledge through discussion 
with leaders in various professional fields. The 
members of SAM also participate in numerous 
field trips to industrial and business establish- 
ments. All combine to give every member an 
opixirtunity to prepare himself for the business 
world through active ])artici])ation in the functions 
of the club. 

Membership in SAM is open to any student 
with a true interest in management. This is the 
only requirement a person must meet to join SAM. 

Some of the activities for this year included 
trips to E.xcelsior Mills and WFBC-TV in Green- 
ville. There are usually several trips to Atlanta 
during a school year, also. 




Abernathy. B. E. B.«izir. G. N. 

Abernathy, R. H. Brittain, J. M. 

Adkins, W. R. Bruce. J. 

Barbery, S. L. Cliapman, T. C. 

Bobo, J. C. Coleman, B. J. 



Cutting. B. H. Garick, R. L. 
Demosthenes, J. M.Garrett, T. R. 
Dye, J. A. Graham, R. L. 

Farmer, C. L. Hardigrec, F. S. 

Fowler, M. H. Henderson, L. S. 




SHERRY MARCHBANKS, Su'cctltcarl 




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Holmes, D. 


Johnson, R. 


Lord, A. 


Muldrow, R. 


Poore, V. 


Stepp, R. 


Wolfe, L. 


Heines, J. 


Johnson, T. 


Lynn, J. 


Newton, M. 


Roberts, C. 


Taylor, S. 


Wyler, J. 


Hughey, R. 


Knight, B. 


Mtnte, R. 


Nuckols, H. 


Roquemore, J. 


Tedcastle, R. 


Wyler, R. 


Howard, M. 


LaGrone, A. 


Moore, C. 


Peters, W. 


Sands, J. 


Trapnell, J. 


Watson, R 


Johnson, D. 


LaRoche, E. 


Morris, D. 


Peterson, D. 


Stepp, J. 


Vaughn, J. 


Zeigler, J. 




Young Democrats 




TIM ROOF.RS. Prcsuloil 



Through varied and numerous activities, the 
members of the Clemson University Young Demo- 
cratic Ckib seek to learn about politics and current 
political happenings, as well as to participate in 
political happenings. The CYD's this year have 
several panel discussions concerning current politi- 
cal questions, with panel members including faculty 
members and students, and they have heard sev- 
eral speakers, including the Chairman and the 
Executive Director of the South Carolina Demo- 
cratic Party, Senator Earle Morris and Dr. 
Donald Fowler, and former Senator Bradley 
Morrah. They have worked in several political 
rallies, including the big voter-registration rally 
in Spartanburg in October, attended several of 
the appreciation dinners given for South Carolina 
Democratic Congressmen in February, and at- 
tended the National Young Democratic Conven- 
tion in Miami in November. 



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Addis, B. G. 
Anderson, T. K. 
Arnold, F. H. 
Biechlin, T. E. 



Burchstead. H. B. 
Clarkson. R. B. 
Cogan, H. L. 
Connell, J. A. 



Coucliell, J. J. 
Craigo, S. R. 
Curry, J. G. 
Dorii, B. P. 



Feige, H. C. 
Folk, B. C. 
Garbclman, H. 
Harvey, .\. 




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Hutt, J. D. 
Hope, R. E. 
Jones, G. L. 
Jones, R. M. 
King, R. D. 
Kiskel, K, J. 

Mathis, L. B. 
Merry, W. D. 
Morgan, D. R. 
Moyer, R. D. 
Olson, O. E. 
Painter, K. G. 
Railton, J. J. 

Rodgers, C. T. 
Rodgers, E. L. 
Setzler, F. M. 
Shellev, F. J. 
Wardlaw, D. A. 
Whitney, D. C. 
Welborn, R. H. 



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Senator Bradley Morrah speaks before the Young Democrats. 



Young Republicans Club 





Anderson, T. Bishop, W. Conley, S. 

Ballas, C. Cauthen, J. Cooper, N. 

Behling, R. Clinkscales, C. DePass, W. 



Because 1967 was such an ofif year on campus 
politically, the Young Republican Club spent this 
year trying to build up the club in preparation of 
the presidential election in November, 1968. 
Membership rose and more interest was built up 
in the future activities of the club. The club is 
an active member in the South Carolina Caucus 
of The Young Republicans Club. 

This year several members attended the Ronald 
Reagen dinner held in Columbia, South Carolina. 
Also, several prominent political figures at the 
local and state level have been invited to speak to 
the club for its programs. This year the Young 
Republicans are also planning to bring a petition 
before the South Carolina State Convention in 
order to present the political ideas and views that 
the Young Republicans would like to see put ic 
effect in the government. 



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Epps, D, E. Geisol, P. Hendrix, C. Huggins, C. W. Keeney, B. L. McCracken, J. 

Ford, D L. Harpootlian, R. A.Hlubb, P. F. Hunter, C. A. Kolg, R. F. Mayer, J. E. 

Forbes, J. E. Harrison, G. M. Holton, M. F. Jeter, D. G. Lavvton, J. M. Moore, D. D. 















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Moore, S. T. 


Simms, M. 


Morris, L. P. 


Simpson, J. H. 


Pinsoii, \V. P. 


Sloan, P. E. 


Ray, W. P. 


Stokes, E. M. 


Reith, R. W. 


Taylor, S. D. 


Riggs, VV. E. 


Ur, A. 


Scott, C. T. 


Williams, J. N 




VARSITY : Hans Feige, Mac Laughton, Harry Burchstead. 




Clemson Debate Team 

The Clemson Debate Team consists of students 
interested in representing this university in inter- 
collegiate competition and at the same time, in 
advancing their own level of achievement. 

The debate question is chosen on the basis of 
its relevance to the current problems of the world. 
It normally encompasses the fields of political 
science, economics, sociology, and history. 

This year the team traveled to Florida State 
University, Emory University, University of 
South Carolina, George Washington University, 
Tulane, Maryland, Wake Forest. Each of these 
tournaments provided fresh challenges and oppor- 
tunities for the students to learn views, meet 
interesting people, and travel into various areas. 

The Debate Team honors its members by mem- 
bership in the Calhoun Forensic Society. This 
year's president is Hans Feige who is also presi- 
dent of our chapter of TKA-DSR, a national 
debate fraternity. Mr. Feige is also Southern 
Regional Vice-President of the fraternity. 



NOVICES : Kathy Wilson, Harold Wilkinson, Laurie Holeman. 




CO.\CHES: Dr. A. J. Fear and Miss Marie Bense. 



SO'cial (so'shal), adj. [F., fr. L. socialis, fr. socius an 
associate, ally.] 1. Marked by or given up to 
friendly intercourse or to companionship in pleasure; 
as, a pleasant social life. 2. Naturally or habitually 
living, growing, etc., in groups or communities; 
as, bees are social insects. 3. Of, relating to, or 
characteristic of society, or the leisure or pleasure- 
seeking class; as, social register (a directory of those 
belonging to this class). 4. Of or relating to human 
beings as a closely knit body of interdependent 
persons; as, social science. 5. Of or concerned with 
the welfare or contacts of human beings; as, social 
service; social worker. 6. Of or relating to human 
beings in their physical contacts or to evils resulting 
from such contacts; as, social hygiene. 7. Social- 
istic; — often used in names of political parties; 
as, the Social Democratic party. 

Syn. Social, sociable, convivial. That is social which per- 
taine to society in general, or has to do with human intercourse; 
one is sociable who is companionable, or fond of mingling or 
tallcing with others. Convivial implies jovial fellowship. 




SOCIAL 



Inter - Fraternity 
Council 

INTER FRATERNITY COUNCIL 






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Gassaway, F. Yarborough, B. 

O'Neal, M. Yoke, W. 

AG DKA 



GRAHAM PRITCHARD, President 
DPK 



The Inter-Fraternity Council of Clemson Uni- 
versity strives each year to promote good relation- 
ships among the nine social fraternities. The IFC 
also acts as a liaison between the fraternities and 
the administration. 

The fraternity system here thrives on compe- 
tition. The IFC realizes that competition is 
healthy and thereby awards many trophies for 
achievement in the areas of grades, sports, Greek 
Week, and Homecoming. 

Rush Week is the most important time of all 
for Greeks. Smokers are held during the week, 
with parties on Saturday night. Bids are issued 
and accepted on the following Monday. 

Greek Week climaxes the social year. The fra- 
ternities enjoy competing in the Greek Olympics. 
The IFC dance, usually with a big name band, 
ends the weekend. 





Christopher, D. 


Hargrove, R. 


Cart 


Wright, D 


Waters, K. 


Suggs, K. 


Frar 


ipton, G. 


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Ha.r. J. D. McCrary, D. 

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Alpha Gamma 




The brothers of Alpha Gamma recall many 
fond memories, each one "dear to us all." 

Summer with his usual blind date — a real 
roach . . . Smacky Mouth and Huggy Bear Bon- 
nette . . . BoHog: 3 beers, 1 door, 2 windows 
. . . Dear Sandy . . . Home sweet Hutto ... A 
lounge — who needs it . . . Did you see this ? Strom 
Thurmond signed my paper . . . Gammas win, 
lose, forfeit — AD ... A bad bottle of rye . . . 
Party? Where? Nowhere yet . . . Steer and his 
California bar f?y . . . Our frozen "work" party 
. . . Gamma's Angels rise again . . . Where did 
you get a name like snip? . . . Wak Wak Wak . . . 
Respectfully submitted— C. W. H. 



Bailey, E. L. 
Bonnette, T. E. 
Chinners, J. E. 
Clarke, D. R. 



Clinkscales, C. 
Cullom, J. W. 
Grubbs. E. H. 
Hall, A. B. 



Hand, G. E. 
Hanes. C. \V. 
Harding, G. L. 
Hicks, L. W. 



Huckaby, D. A. 
Hutto, M. H. 
Jordan, R. M. 
McCracken, J. I 



Miller, C. A. 
Newton, D. A. 
O'Neal, M. J. 
Roddey, M. E. 



Simmons, C. B 
Stanford, W. C. 
Steern, R. L. 
Summer, J. T. 



Turner, \V. H. 
Walker, G. D. 
White, C. G. 
Zeigler, R. L. 




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Delta Kappa Alpha 





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What a year ! . . . double date ? lovalieres ! 
Fabulous Five . . . Barney invades Nassau . . . 
Hippies with Suggs ! . . . The governor expresses 
unrequieted love . . . Trooper Cooper returns 
. . . Off to the drive-in . . . Aroused . . . Tiger- 
ama? — maybe next year . . . Sensory exercises? — 
those architect's are a little strange . . . the dis- 
appearing act . . . boy, she smashed that ice bucket 
. . . English landlady . . . the Blob buys a ring — 
J. P.'s brother in law . . . the boy math teacher 
. . . Pete got gung-ho . . . the P's gather strength 
. . . $30 worth of parking tickets . . . The sign . . . 
Ah ! bitterness . . . Pills are the next best thing 
to knowledge . . . defrosting isn't any easy job 
. . . The weird guys . . . She'd like to have that 
picture back . . . Airborne ! . . . Those newsletters 
keej) coming back . . . The Effingham flock returns 
. . . Hey Yoke! . . . Hey What! . . . the big 
fight . . . Champs again . . . Has anyone studied 
. . . Later Troops. 





BILL YOKE, President 






Abrams, J. H. Ail.lison. J. 

Aiikins. W. R. Alexander, M. 

Barker, J. F. I'arroll, A. 

Cone. F. H. C.x. F. J. 




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Engstrom, G. W. Enslen, J. E. 

Hartley, J. Hinson. S. h. 

Mahaffev. J. R. Roche, R. L. 

Ttirpin, F. Watson, B. 



Godsey, C. D. Goodson, R. 

Hutchinson. S. Jenkins, A. 

Rochester, D. P. Rook, B. 

Whatley, K. W. Yarborough. H. J. 



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Delta Phi Kappa 





ROBERT GRAHAM, President 



We got a house full of stupids ... I have been 
here five years and I know . . . Can I borrow ? 
. . . Hey, who stole our pledge paddle? . . . "That 
really shocks me" . . . \\'ell, I think I have done 
a good job! . . . You can't arrest me for reckless 
])arking . . . Run them dues by one more time 
. . . Ratliff — IFC All-Star — game ending double 
play . . . The indivisible trio: Putnam, Biediger, 
and Sim])sf)n . . . Lunceford — four in one game! 
He's not back here again, is he? . . . Jukebo.x — 
it's the same old song . . . Brahma Room — Swine 
Clut) — Melody Makers — Ace — Shags ... A Sup- 
erman Pledgemaster . . . Let's have some order! 
. . . Adjournment : All Those in favor. 




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MISS DALLAS TURNAGE. Sweetheart 



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Ambrose, R. E. 
Beeson, J. W. 
Beidiger, W. C. 
Bell, J. W. 
Bergren, S. C. 



Brittain, W. C. 
Butler, J. W. 
Baker, G. F. 
Cook, J. T. 
Craven, C. M. 



Crenshaw, J. D. 
Hash, T. 
Hesse, G. L. 
Jones, R. A. 
Kozma, P. 



Krebs, W. F. 
Lacher, W. L. 
LaRoche, E. A. 
Lunceford, J. R. 
Miller, M. C. 



Moyer, E. F. 
Nemergut, J. 
Neely, K. D. 
Netzel, J. E. 
Patterson, S. 



Pavlasck, S. 
Petrusky, K. G. 
Pitman, B. C. 
Pritchard, G. 
Putnam, D. M. 



Ratliff, W. 
Reynolds, W. E. 
Segars, J. H. 
Segars, R. M. 
Schroeder, R. H. 



Shuler, J. E. 
Stroud, J. A. 




Kappa Delta Chi 





Rally Chis . . . R. T Muda ... The mighty 

box . . . Martin's . . . Nuck . . . New Action 
. . . Pretty Groovy . . . Angie . . . Not to a dog 
fight . . . Sling-easies or snug-easies . . . Ungodly 
. . . Out of range . . . Liberty . . . The Raven . . . 
Ride the Terps . . . The Pink Tiger? . . . Collie 
. . . Park — the Grossest . . . Greaser and Zipper 
. . . The Casino- 128 . . . Donnie G— Finally . . . 
Buddha . . . Shanker . . . Dip the Dog . . . 
Measles . . . Fire-222 . . . Brenda — Our Sweet- 
heart . . . Pepsi bottles . . . Jack Daniels or 
Bordens . . . Smith — the number 1 trash mouth 
. . . Duke or lubby Guppy . . . Buck in his 
Cessna . . . Turner and his Corvette . . . Satch 
. . . Brute . . . Upstairs "Y"— 7:00 . . . He's a 
good boy ... In a light second . . . Not a bad 
year after all. 




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Comi.ton. n. Cr DKkcrsoii.J. Kdfin, G. JelTor.ls, B. Cinck. R 

(;illicrt. W, H. HaiidcKan, E. Henley. G^ H.ll, J. Johnson, W. 



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MISS BRENDA PEPPLES, Sivcctheart 




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K.iiKht, G. Lake, M. iMizzell, J. P. 

Prathcr, J. L. Parker, J. E. Phillips, G. 

Small. R. Smith, R. Smith, W. 

Tr.iup, R. Ware, W. Wingard, R, 



Moore, K. Nuckols, H. Oglesby, T. M. 

Rockwell, J. Sharp, D. Slate, D. 

Stanley, P. Theiling, H. Thompson, A. 

Witherspoon, S. Wright, P. Young, L. 




Kappa Sigma Nu 




Red hell is bad . . . Stay away from the truck 
. . . Stop unless you're properly dressed . . . Play 
"Double Shot" please "P" . . . The Sergeant-at- 
Arms must warn before he fines — sometimes . . . 
How many times do I have to tell you, he's a 
doctor now . . . Football against girls? ... 24 
in 21 years . . . only a few more days and you'll 
be old enough to buy beer . . , Ray turns lover 
boy . . . Avis trophy time again . . . Take a ruad 
trij) — If you're scared, say you're scared . . . 
Yeah, and if you've got any friends . . . Drinkin' 
those diet pepsis . . . Damn good parties . . . Just 
wait until ne.xt year . . . Hey, we finally won a 
fo(3tball game . . . 'em Snappers is hell ! 



KEN SUC.C.S, I'rcsuUut 




Abrams. E. B. 
.Mcwine, F. N. 
ArmstronK, W. S. 
Bryant, M. V. 
Cantrcll. J. G. 
Carder, J. E. 
Crow, W. C, 
Garnett, ,S. T. 



Gleason, D. R. 
Gleaton. P. T. 
Harrison. H. H. 





MISS SHARON 


VAUGHN, Sweetheart 










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Boozer. G. W. Brooks. R. E. Bvrd. O. E. 

Cothran, B. A. naniel. S. Dowling, T. 

Engram, J. Erter. J. Fitts. T. 



Bell, R. L. Bell, W. 

Cartwright, D. Caughman, M. 

Drakeford, C. Dtirant, E. 

Floyd, J. Gardner, H. 



Numeral Society 




Summer grins at Slick's . . . "This is my date, 
I can do better" . . . Duck season all year on the 
third floor . . . "See any horses at the Cup?" . . . 
The great road trip contest . . . Red eyes at Red 
Diamond . . . Thursday night shaft . . . Who's 
the lucky "dog" this weekend? . . . Bag's back 
in a jump suit . . . Mardi Gras next year, too 
. . . Barney at 1 1 :00 . . . Flashlights in the 
Dumpster . . . Build the Homecoming float with 
beer cans . . . Dirty Curty and Dirty Doug at 
Dirty Dicks in Nassau . . . The mouth of the 
south . . . Converse Wednesday . . . Frozen juke- 
box and beer and dates . . . Ever see anybody 
roach in a tux ... A sermon on the couch . . . 
"Which way?" Atlanta or Charlotte?" . . . Nip 
it in the bud . . . First and finest. 



GREG I^R.AMPTON, President 




Harritos, H. Harper. D. Hevward, T. 

Kirkpatrick. W. Lyons, R. Lynn, J. 

MolTat, D. Morgan, J. Moxon. P. 

>nta(l. J. Stevens, W. Stewart, J. 



Hipp, C. Hixon, S. Holman, D. Jeffers. J. 

Maxwell, M. McCormick, R. McGee. E. McGee, J. 

Narramure. I). Padgett, J. Reeves, R. Rivers, J. 

Stuckev. \V. Thraves, W. Warren, A. Wilbum, W. 



Kennedy, W. Kirabrell, C. 

Merry, D. Meyers, R. 

Scarborough, J. Self, W. 

Williams, B. Wright, T. H. 



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PATTI GATTSHALL, Sweetheart 




RICHARD WORRELL KAPP 

March 4, 1968 
Vietnam 



Phi Kappa Delta 






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Fabulous Phi Kapps ... No one will ever know- 
when our bo.x'll finally blow . . . Banlons . . . 
Quad god . . . Roadtrips to the Rock : back at 
4 o'clock . . . Road trip to Brenau and date a 
cow . . . Sunrise services . . . Looking at a few 
. No swing . . . we'd like to go "National" ; 
but our trustees are irrational . . . Get up for 
it . . . No jjity in pen city . . . Houseparty at 
Rockmount . . . beer baseball . . . Football city, 
kick off at twelve . . . Professional blind dates . . . 
Atlanta banana . . . Homecoming at the Holiday 
Inn ; back to the Terrace for a little gin . . . 
Clifford Curry . . . Negative . . . Cool breeze 
. . . Treasurer's rei)ort : "I guess we're gonna 
have to acess" . . . Shrine Club and free beer . . . 
'68 — an outstanding year ... I think a word to 
the wise should be sufficient. 









Anderson, W. 




Auglitry, B. 




Ballenger, M. 




Barbary, J. E. 




Beam, H. 




Bell, R. C. 




Broome, S. 


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Brown, K. 


B^^^^B 


Buck, J. 




Cecil, D. 




Clark, B. 




Dinnean, J. 




Duncan, D. 




Edwards, R. 




Eldridge, C. 




Graves, J. H. 




Hawkins, W. 




Hazelwood, R. 




Henderson, L. 




Jackson, W. T. 




Johnson, P. 




Johnson, W. 




Kellctt, S. 




Little, D. 


p^Bs 


Merrell, T. 




Montgomery, R. 




Ross, T. 




Mullen, J. 




Dates, L. 




Parmer, B. 




Poling, J. 




Pridemore, W. 


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Ratterce, C. 


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Roets, J. 


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Sidrony, A. 


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Smith, D. 




Smith, D. L. 


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Snoddy, R. 


Tennent, C. 




Tollon, J. 




Ulmer, A. 




Vaughn, D. 




Verross, W. 


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Walters, D. 




West, C. 




Wilder, R. 


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Wilson, W. 


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Worsham, F. 


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Sigma Alpha Zeta 




On the outside looking in ... 5 right, Frat 
City . . . Check any road map ... Let it all hang 
out . . . Hey man, how come it is so cool — red 
hair??? Mr. Policeman, may I see your invitation 
... So what's a hundred $$$... No, we didn't 
want to be in Tigerama . . . Spent more time at 
our display — not on but at ... no prizes but it 
was fun . . . Pin City for B. G. and roommate . . . 
Uptight and out of sight at 5-A . . . Mama Wilkie 
keeps good care of her children, Turkey and 
Jethro . . . yes, "It's Growing" . . . Pop Rile . . . 
Leon and Bonnie — married ? pinned ? Hewey and 
Dewey — brothers at last . . . Big Al's the greatest 
. . . ask Al . . . Burlington Fugitive back in 
school . . . Ayers is to camera as McCrary is to 
Charleston . . . Come back real soon . . . rememljer 
5 right . . . not the circus on the left. 



Alexander, T. K. Askins. H. 

Coleman, M. Coleman, W. 

Grimes, T. Jolly, A. 

O'Cain, J. O'Cain, W. 




ALLEN ALEXANDER, President 




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Ayers. K. Beam, T. 

Crosland, J. Dewitt. M. 

Kelley, C. Langley, L. 

Ogletrce. R. Pringle, G. 



Begg, W. Bethea, T. Brittain, J. 

Durham. T. Francis, J. Frank, J. 

Linder, V. Mackintosh, J. McCrary, D. 

Retse, W. Rentz, N. Riley, A. 



Brockington, W. Cely, J. 

Graham, J. Gregorie, J. 

Moore, H. Mudd, R. 

Snoddy, C. Taylor, J. 



Clark, W. Cooper, D. 

Holland, W. Howell, G. 

Murray, M. Nygard, R. 

Whaley. W. Wheeler, M. 





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MISS CATHY CROWELL, Su'cethcart 




STEVE JONES, rr,sUinn 



Sigma K^ppa Epsilon 





Rally SKEs . . . "Donnie Dormo" ; shot down 
again . . . "Dukie Drumtruck", alias ""Fulla", 
alias "Dukie Doo" . . . What do you mean I'm 
pinned? . . . "Bingo", pinner or lavaliered or 
both . . . Cornwell, pop a pill . . . Fox, naked 
man stalks the quad . . . Heath, the Tarns are 
good, the Tammettes are better . . . "Bobo", 
wasn't Julie nice . . . Another trophy Brooks? 
. . . Hugh, does Delta Airline use "Radar" . . . 
The President (Jones), a color T.V. in the room 
. . . Opus, A.C. or D.C. . . . Tyson, Tigerama — 
first place . . . E. A., the girl on the dating game 
looks familiar . . . Stew, Morning out . . "lock" 
Walker, Love is alive and lives in the girls dorm 
. . . Fulmer, all purpose what . . . Fred, there's 
no trouble here soldier . . . Andy, will he ever 
return . . . Gore, no he never returned . . . 
"Buzz" . . . SKEs say "high" . . . S-K-I-'s got 
so much soul ... in the land of the blind, the 
one eyed man is king. 



MRS. JUDY BROWN 







Alfred, G. 
Anderson, L. 
Baker, G. 
Bicksler, F. 
Brown, A. 



Brown, C. 
Bruce, D. 
Cobb, D. 
Commins, E. 
Cornwell, J. 



Cummings, \\ 
Dunaway, A. 
Durant, R. 
Enis, S. 
Fox, T. 



Fulnier, J. 
Gilbert, R. 
Goldstein, L. 
Gore, A. 
Griggs, W. 



Heath, W. 
Johnson, H. 
Jones, S. 
Jordan, W. 
Kaylor, H. 



LaGrone, A. 
Martin, D. 
Mikell, C. 
Ragsdale, E. 
Ralston, W. 



Reagan, J. 
Trexler, C. 
Tyson, J. 
Walker, D. 
Walker, F. 



Weatherly, H. 



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Delta Theta Chi 




FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Simmons, L., 
Pitts, L., Cale, J., Christy, C, Senn, R. SECOND 
ROW: Corn, J., Casey, P., Planck, L., Haddon A., 
Defanti, P., Haddon, A. THIRD ROW: Hubbard, 
S., Tuttle, D., Cothran, S., Dasher, L., Ballard, L., 
Greenfield, P., Trotter, M., Lester, J., Gramling, C, 
Lutz, K. 




Rally . . . Drinkin' wine spo-dee-o-dee . . . 
AUright . . . Who said that? . . . Piles and pyra- 
mids at O.D. . . . Super-good . . . 7th is heaven 
. . . Umm Brethren — beat Auburn party . . . 
Mairy — fodgutter . . . Palisades park . . . How 
do you feel, Miss Red Delta ? . . . Boo-s . . . Hey, 
baby . . . Vive I'amour ... 3 quizzes tomorrow — 
going out tonight? . . . Howard's Storybook — 
Homecoming . . . Sister Tom's truck ... 9 in 
a VW Marvin . . . Do you deliver wood ? . . . 
It's ultra-simple . . . Dead-eye . . . Bunches of 
fun . . . Nerd ... All dressed in white . . . Per- 
])etual pledge . . . All the debutantes do . . . The 
Brigadier — thank you . . . Our Flower, Power 
... Fly Delta— flight 707 .. . Ah, so, Clara- 
Rots of ruck . . . Dry, stale, not sharp? . . . 
Rush — 20 of Clemson's best . . . Entonces . . . 
1 married, 5 engaged — more to come? . . . DTX 
Jukebo.x Party for sororities . . . Dixie Day — go 
Deltas . . . Houseparties . . . Sisterhood, Friendli- 
ness, Spirit. 





Doak, S. 
Hudson, E. 
Pennington, D, 



SHERRY MARCHBANKS, President 




Fewell, J. 
Klinck, S. 
Spearman, A 



Omicron Zesta Tau 






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BECKY BALLARD, President 




Rosin on the bow and here we go! . . . Was 
that shower really worth it ? . . . Another call 
from Ft. Gordon . . . Hey, the books are only 
$100 short . . . Where did the banner go? . . . 
What's in Columbus? . . . My hands are numb 
. . . Who's the candlelight for? . . . Umm spa- 
ghetti ... Of course, we have talent, we were in 
the talent show, weren't we . . . Funny thing about 
shaving cream and eggs . . . It's under row KL 
at the stadium . . . We're out of what ? . . . Would 
you believe a two-ring circus? . . . Steak, cham- 
pagne, candlelight, soft music ... a sorority. 



TOP ROW, LEFT TO RICriT: Rice, S., Batson, P., Patey, C, Bartles, J., 
Fairey, K., Craig, M., Richbourg, D., Donaldson, M., Waddell, D., Roberts, J., 
Cromer, L., Mattis, V., Roberts, J., Kester, A., Albrecht, J., Owens, E., 
Callison, S., Hanna, G., Smith, S., Georgeo, A. 




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Ball, D. 




Bissey, D. 




Carroll, V. 




Clark, S. 




Georgeo, B. 




Gordon, L. 




Hanna, K. 




Hotinger, S. 




Hunter, C. 


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Jones, M. 


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Lynn, B. 




Macauley, M. 




Mangum, P. 




Nicks, J. 


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Parker, L. 





Pepple, B. 
Smith, B. 
Stewart, T. 
Tripp, S. 
Yockev, P. 




Addis, G. 


Alley, S. 




Barbary. S. 


Belk, H. 


Britton, C. 


Glen, S. 


Hass, J. 




Haves, B. 


Hindman, I. 


Jackson, C. 


Jones, M. 


Mallory, 


J- 


Mansfield, P. 


Mcrcier, B. 


Mitchell, A 



Sigma Beta Chi 





Rallying Sigmas, Dixie Day, Tigerama, All the 
way . . . Mouseketeers, Mischief Night, Sprites 
and Pixies, Candlelights . . . Bull Sessions, Shoot- 
ing the breeze, Chi Candids, Life of ease . . . 
Housei)arties, Beauty queens. Initiations, Rack 
fiends . . . Sigmas A-Go-riO, Alice in Wonderland, 
Beautiful Hostesses, Bobbie's dance band . . . 
Linda leader. Peter Pan, Partying people. Wed- 
ding band . . . Cleinson mugs, slave sale, football, 
water, Gail? . . . Wonderful pledges, scrapbooks, 
])ainted windows, funny looks . . . Easter baskets, 
Tamassee kids, chamjiagne toasts, issuing bids 
. . . Sorority sing, Winnie-The-Pooh, Magnolia 
Manor, We want you . . . Dorm officers. Who's 
Who, Student Government, Taps, too . . . Broken 
Hearts, lavaliers, sister sjtirit, Sigma cheers. 





BECKY CARLTON, President 



bertsnn, S. Dannals. N 

cson, S. Jenkins, J. 

en, M. Ritchie, T. 



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Robbins, H. 


Rodgers, D. 


Scavens, B 


Seay, M. 


Sobczyk, R. 


Stuart, D. 


Tilky, J. 


Wright, D. 


Wright, D. 




FIRST ROW, LKFT TO RIGHT: Brown, B., Knoy, K., Harte, S., Emerson, S., Boswell, C, Lanham, 
J., Holcombc, S. SECOND ROW: Brown, D., Railton, D., Ragsdale, J., Jackson, L., Mackay, M., Sloan, 
P.. Kossler. J., Dodds, C. Kirkland, M., Wallace, M., Williamson, D. 



Intersorority Council 



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The Intersorority Council is an organization 
composed of an elected representative from each 
sorority and the presidents of each sorority. The 
Council coordinates inter-sorority activities and 
presents the overall picture of Clemson sororities 
to girls who wish to know more about the three 
sororities on campus. 

ISC establishes rules and standards for general 
sorority conduct and for "rush" season. The 
council during rush sponsors a reception for all 
girls who wish to participate in rush to acquaint 
them with the sororities. It is the goal of ISC to 
serve as a panhellenic organization under which 
all sororities can maintain their individual high 
standards while contributing to the overall Greek 
image on campus. 



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JANET GARRISON, President 
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Gail Addis 


Becky Ballard 


Becky Carlton 


Carrell Hunter 


Sherry Marchbanks 


Beverly Norris 


SBX 


OZT 


SBX 


OZT 


DTX 


DTX 




MILITARY 




Cheryl Simpson and Sarali Karesh, Commandc 
Angels drill. 



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Judy and Sarah talk over plans for a project for servicemen in Viet Nam 
with a member of the Arnold Air Society. 



The Hying Tiger Angel Flight is a coed aux- 
iliary to the Major Rudolph Anderson Squadron 
of the Arnold Air Society. The Angels function 
as hostesses and social coordinates for the society 
as well as for the Cadet Wing. 

The girls in Angel Flight undertake selected 
service and social projects within the community. 
In addition to corsage sales before each home foot- 
ball game, the club undertakes projects for Miracle 
Hill, and servicemen in Viet Nam. Each Angel 
s])onsors a squadron or a group of the wing dur- 
ing special reviews. They also drill as a team. 
Several dropins are held throughout the year with 
the Arnold Air Society. 

The Flying Tiger chapter of Angel Flight is a 
member of the National Angel Flight. At the 
Area C-1 conclave in Charleston, S. C, the chap- 
ter was named the Most Improved Flight in the 
area of 1967. 



Angel Flight 



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Brown, B. 
Edwards, L. 
Green. L. 
Roberts, J. 
Williams, D. 
Wright, C. 



Clarkson, D. 
Ellis, C. 
Kimes, D. 
Simpson, C. 
Wolper, J. 
Young, M. 



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Light Brigade 




MEMBERS. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Barker, D., CummaiuL;. SECOND ROW: Lancianes 
Carroll, V., Moss, C. THIRD ROW : Pennington, D., Bissey, D., Stewart, T., Tripp, S., Tyson, C. 



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"Attention! Present Arms!" Marching with 
their companies and battaHons is one of the main 
activities of the members of the Light Brigade. 
On any Thursday, the red uniforms of the girls 
can be seen among the Clemson Army ROTC 
cadet units. The Light Brigade serves as secre- 
tary and hostess for the mihtary staff and visiting 
mihtary dignitaries. 

Each semester the Light Brigade holds a rush 
tea in order to meet perspective members. Coeds 
are selected for membership on the basis of char- 
acter, personality, appearance, interest, and must 
have an accumulated grade-point ratio of 2.0. 
The Light Brigade has become an important part 
of the Army ROTC Cadet Corps at Clemson 
University. 



Benny Pitman ushers in the 
President's box at a home 
football game. 




Danny Rhodes, Commander, David Gay and Keith Neely 
discuss information concerning the military requirements 
of our country. 



Scabbard and Blade 

Company K-7 of the National Society of Scab- 
bard and Blade is composed of members of the 
advanced Air Force and Army Cadet Corps. The 
goals of Scabbard and Blade are to "unite in closer 
relationship the military departments of American 
universities of good and efficient ofificers; to pre- 
pare ourselves as educated men to take a more 
active part and to have a greater influence in the 
military affairs of the communities in which we 
may reside ; and above all to spread intelligent 
information concerning the military requirements 
of our country." 

Membership is limited to a maximum of six per 
cent of the advanced cadet corps, and merit is the 
sole basis for membership. The criteria for mem- 
bership may be represented by the Society's un- 
official motto, "An officer only at times, perhaps, 
but always a gentleman." 

Activities of Company K-7 include selling Rat 
Hats to the incoming freshmen, and ushering in 
the President's box at home football games. The 
company also sponsors the Military Ball every 
spring. 





Addison, J. 


Aston, 


L. 


Calhoun, R. 


Channel, C. 


Coleman, T. 


Davis, 


R. 


Edwards, B. 


Gay, D. 


Gilliard, B. 


Grant, 


P. 


Hair, J. 


Hoag, R. 




An initiate learns what is meant by being "an officer only 
^ '^ at times, but always a gentleman." 



Sabbard and Blade Crest. 




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Hudgens, J. Jordan, J. 

McPherson, L. Miller, J. 
Pitman, B. Pope, A. 



Lee, L. Lee, T. B. 

Neely, K. Noffz, W. 

Pritchard, G. Senerote, L. 



Lee, T. D. McMullan, J. 

Patterson, W. Phifer, L. 

Trammel!, H. Workman, J. 



The Society of American 
Military Engineers 

The Society of American Military Engineers is 
an association in which engineers from all the 
engineer services of the Armed Forces and from 
all fields of civilian engineering practice join to 
increase the engineer potential of the United States 
for the national security. The student post pro- 
motes interest in military engineering and related 
subjects. This year the post visited the Savannah 
District Corps of Engineer Headquarters in Sa- 
vannah, the Lockhead Research Facilities near 
Atlanta, and highlighted the year with a trip to 
the Vicksburgh Waterways Experimentation Sta- 
tion over the spring vacation. The post holds 
meetings bi-monthly at which the members have 
an opportunity to hear from sp>eakers from all over 
the Southeast as well as to see films on many 
aspects of military and civilian engineering. 

The post is composed of members from Army 
and Air Force ROTC as well as other engineering 
students. The post advisors are Captain R. J. 
Britz of the Army ROTC Detachment and Cap- 
tain R. M. Carter of the Air Force. 





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Angle, S. 


Barnwell, T. 


Blair, R. 


Brown, D. 


Bullwinkle, G. 


Coker, R. 


Collins, J. 


Grant, P. 


Hoag, R. 


Holcombe, J. 


Law, P. 


McCarty, J 


McClure, D. 


Martin, S. 


Noble, L. 


Pace, G. 


Pace, R. 


Putnam, W. 


RiekcF, J. 


Smith, C. 


Sutton, B. 


Thomas, R. 


Todd, J. 


Ziegler, G. 



WILLIAM PUTNAM 
President 






PHILIP H. GRANT 
Commander 



MICKEY WOODHAM 
Sponsor 



Anderson, C. 


Behrens, W. 


Calhoun, R 


Cooper, W. 


Copeland, C. 




Glazener, W. 


Gott, W. 




Jordin, J. 


Lee, T. 




Leyh, J. 


Newton, C. 




Schoper, G. 


Senerote, L. 





Philip Grant, Commander, and other PRs sell rat hats to the freshmen during registration. 



PR 4th Regimental 
Headquarters 

Clemson is fortunate in having the Pershing 
Rifles Fourth Regimental Headquarters on cam- 
pus. With the help of 15 PR units in the Caro- 
linas, Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama, the 
Fourth Regiment was selected as the Number One 
Regiment in the National Society last year. 

During the year Regimental Headquarters holds 
two Regimental Assemblies, one drill meet, three 
postal rifle matches, inspects each unit twice, and 
attends two National Conventions (this year at 
Baton Rouge and New Orleans). Clemson won 
first place in the Rifle Match. By using Regi- 
mental Headquarters as a command and coordi- 
nating unit, the various activities of the fifteen- 
member PR units can be made known to the 
general public, Pershing Rifles National Head- 
quarters at the University of Nebraska, and the 
geographical area of the Fourth Regiment. 




Brinkley, J. K. 




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Cameron, L. 



Company C-4 

Company C-4 of Clemson University was 
granted its charter by the National Society of 
Pershing Rifles in 1939. Since then the company 
has won over 175 trophies to symbolize victories 
in various events ranging from Clemson's 
U.M.O.C. contest to national competition. The 
Clemson PRs have built up a reputation for pre- 
cision and sharpness. The PR's personal pride 
and desire combined with many hours of drill 
make an unbeatable team. Company C-4 draws 
its active membership from the first three classes 
at Clemson. Freshmen make up the pledge pla- 
toon. The pledge year is spent learning the funda- 
mentals of drill and of the society. After this year 
of pledging, selected sophomores form the drilling 
company. 

Highlights of the 1967-68 year include: the tra- 
ditional performances of the precision routine at 
Homecoming and Carolina games, Military Ball, 
a trip to Mardi Gras in New Orleans, and the 
Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D. C. 



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Kirby, W. H. 



Stancil, L. B. 





Smith. R. D. 



Weber, W. L. 




The Clemson Pershing Rifles demonstrate their precision and ski 





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Bellemy, G. Burnette, J. Capps, W. Cason, L. 

Cauthen, J. Chandler, K. Davis, C. Dotson, R. 



The PRs learn quickly that 
many hours of hard drill make 
an unbeatable team. 




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Goeller, J. 
Marshall, J. 



Gooding, C 
Moseley, S. 



PRs even have to spend many hours 
drilling in the rain. 










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Anderson, G. Bennett, A. Brooks, V. Bryant, D. Burns, A. 

Call, R. Chapman, J. Cook, G. Cooke, R. Copeland, G. 

Copeland, H. Cutrell, J. Duckworth, L. Ewan, D. Harper, L. 




Pledges learn the basic fundamentals of drill with 
and without arms. 



PR Pledges 



Training, education, and fun — those are the 
watchwords of a Pershing Rifle pledge. The 
pledge program is geared to instructing the fresh- 
men in the basic fundamentals of drill with and 
without arms. Practice makes perfect, and to the 
PR pledge his M-1 rifle soon becomes a part of 
him. The pledge learns to execute rifle manual 
sharply, and gains the skills and confidence which 
he will need during his sophomore year in 
Company C-4. 

A strong sense of discipline and a lot of military 
bearing will help him in either civilian or military 
life. The self-confidence, self-respect, and self- 
pride which he will acquire will help him in his 
relations with both his peers and his seniors. 

The annual tactical problem against the sopho- 
more company gives the pledge a chance to let off 
steam and to have lots of fun and at the same time 
teaches him to cooperate with others. The pledges 
show off what they have learned in various public 
a])pearances such as Sumter's Iris Festival Parade, 
and the spring festivities at Columbia. 

The pledges perform in front of Clemson's stu- 
dent body when they form a sabre arch at the 
annual Military Ball. 




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and the other members nf 
Area C-1 Headquarters makv 
plans for the Conclave at 
Charleston Air Force Base. 





BAILEY, E. L. 
Operations Officer 



EDWARDS, B. R. 

Administrative Officer 



FRANKLIN, A. R. 
Comptroller 



PATTERSON, W. N. 
Executive Officer 



PITMAN, B. C. 
Commander 



Area C-1 Headquarters 

The Major Rudolph Anderson, Jr. Squadron of 
the Arnold Air Society was honored to be chosen 
Area C-1 Headquarters for 1967-68. As Area 
Headquarters the Clemson Squadron has under 
its command eleven southeastern schools, including 
the University of South Carolina, The Citadel, the 
University of the South, the University of Geor- 
gia, Georgia Tech, the University of Florida, 
Florida State University, the University of Miami, 
the University of Puerto Rico, Emory University. 

The primary duty of the newly elected Area 
Headquarters is to coordinate the activities of the 
southeastern schools, to distribute correspondence 
from national headquarters, to carry out an area 
inspection, and to hold an area conclave. 

The Area C-1 Conclave served as the high spot 
during the first semester. The convention was 
held at Charleston Air Force Base, Charleston, 
S. C. with an attendance of 125 cadets and ad- 
visors. During the convention Colonel Pitman 
conducted business meetings to iron out problems 
within the area. At the conclave banquet, Captain 
Robert M. Carter of Clemson University was 
chosen the Outstanding Area Advisor. 





A. W. ALBEROL 
Commander 




Arnold Air Society 

The Arnold Air Society, a national honorary 
and professional military organization was inspired 
by the late General H. H. "Hap" Arnold in 1947. 
The Arnold Air Society is composed of four 
memberships : active, alumni, associate, and honor- 
ary. Its membership has the common bond of 
established intent to become officers in the United 
States Air Force. 

Drawing its name from the late Major Rudolph 
Anderson, a 1948 Clemson graduate who was 
shot down on a reconnaissance mission during the 
Cuban Crisis, the local chapter of Arnold Air 
Society strives to promote the mission of Arnold 
Air Society as prescribed by National Head- 
quarters — to further the purpose, tradition and 
concept of the United States Air Force, to pro- 
mote American citizenship, to create a closer and 
more efficient relationship among AFROTC cadets. 

With Area Headquarters for Area C-1 based 
here this year, the Society hosts the Area Con- 
clave at Charleston, South Carolina along with its 
regular yearly functions, the formal Arnold Air 
Dining-In, and such service functions as the up- 
keep of the Major Rudolph Anderson Memorial 
in Greenville, S. C, and promotion of the annual 
blood drive. 

Members of the Arnold Air Society feel that the 
"honor" in an honor society should come from 
serv'ice to country, community, and fellow man in 
addition to that accorded the name. 




Barry Edwards and James Steifle make plans with the Angels 
to hold a social drop-in. 



Barry, James, Edward, and I.oniiic discus 
drive sponsored by the Arnold Air Society. 



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Creech, G. 
Fabian, G. 
Kneece, J. 
Patterson, W. 
Smith, A. 



Aston, L. 
Davis. R. 
Fletcher, R. 
Lee. L. 
Phifer, L. 
Steifle, J. 



Bailey, E. 
Fdgin, G. 
Franklin, A. 
Lyle. J. 
Pritchard, G. 
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REGIONAL 



Kenneth, Grace, President, listens while Joe Avant explains about the annual 
Christmas dance in Charleston. 




Beta Sigma Chi 

Founded in 1933, Beta Sigma Chi is Clemson's 
oldest active organization. Until 1962 when it 
became a service fraternity, Beta Sigma Chi was 
known as the Charleston County Club. It was 
formed by a group of Charleston County students 
to promote fellowship among Charleston area stu- 
dents and to be used for the improvement and 
betterment of the University and the Clemson area. 

Beta Sigma Chi's social calendar remains active 
throughout the year. Parties of various types are 
held in Charleston during all holidays, with the 
highlight of the social season being the annual 
Christmas dance. The year is culminated with an 
all-weekend beach party at the beginning of the 
summer. 

Since 1962, the main service of the fraternity 
has been to give a $200 scholarship to a qualified 
and deserving freshman from the Charleston area. 
To raise money for the scholarship fund, the club 
holds dances in the Charleston vicinity during the 
summer. Also the proceeds of the Christmas 
dance are used for this purpose. 









Members learn about the $200 scholarship given to a deserv- 
ing freshman from the Charleston area. 



Aston, L. 


Avant, J. 


Cockcroft, J. 


Fowler, M 


Godfrey, D. 


Grace, K. 


Hasclden, E. 


Hayes, S. 


Neale, G. 


Peters, W. 


Raines, K. D. 


Ray, W. 



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Members plan the Christmas 
dance to be held in Chester. 



Chester County Club 




SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Criscionc, 1„ Roberts, J., 
Bicket, A., Ranks, M., Grant, T., Logan, W., Carroll, A., 
Wilson, F., Black, R. STANDING: Abernathy, B., Kirk- 
patrick, K., Wilson, J., Miller, B., Campbell. P. 




The Chester County Clemson Club, a regional 
organization formed in November of 1959, is com- 
posed of Clemson sttidents from Chester County. 
The club's purpose — to promote unity and fellow- 
ship among club members through club activities 
is caried out in its bi-monthly meeting and through 
the club's various activities and social functions. 

The club's many functions include the annual 
Christmas dance which provides an opportunity 
for fellowship among club members as well as 
other young people in the area. This dance as 
well as the various other club functions have 
proven to be great successes due to the sense of 
brotherhood shown by the club members. 

This fellowship and brotherhood is also evident 
in all of the club's activities on campus. The intra- 
nuiral teams in football, basketball, and Softball 
have been very successful. The club also seeks to 
help those whose families find the expense of 
college a burden by awarding a scholarship to 
an incoming freshman each year. 

It is through such activities and functions as 
these that the Chester County Clemson Club has 
become and will remain an integral part of Clemson. 



OFFICERS. Miller, B., Vice-President: Campbell, P., 
President: Wilson, J., Treasurer: Banks, M., Secretary. 



International Student 
Association 

The purpose of this association is to Unite the 
foreign students of Clemson University and 
through communication among themselves and 
with American citizens to aid international under- 
standing. 

The ISA is best known for its annual ISA 
supper, a unique Clemson social event which at- 
tracted 250 people this year. Attendants experi- 
enced choice dishes from India, Turkey, Lebanon, 
Sweden, Germany, China and South America. 

The ISA is known to have a good soccer team 
and this year won the intramural volleyball cham- 
pionship. The ISA and the YMCA plan in Janu- 
ary 1%8 to sponsor a table tennis tournament, 
which is opened to all students and citizens of the 
Clemson community, a tournament which auto- 
matically qualifies the winner for the South Caro- 
lina Table Tennis Championship. 

The members of dififerent countries around the 
world gather weekly in Clemson on Thursday 
evening at the YMCA. The social activity of the 
ISA includes parties, picnics, and excursions, all 
of which are carried out in an international at- 
mosphere. Dr. A. Fear, the advisor, is always 
receptive to foreign students' problems. 




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OFFICERS. Richard Frank, Secretary; Emile Rasheed, Treas- 
urer; Klaus Schumann, President; Frank Mora, Vice-President. 




Klaus talks with the members about the annual IS.A supper — a unique 
Clemson social event. 



Three of the members practice for the TV discussion program 
"Studio International" on Channel 4. 




RELIGIOUS 



Baptist Student Union 




FRONT ROW : Breland, E., Ladd, L., Ball, D., Holden, S. SECOND ROW : Wood- 
son, J., Rev. Arrington, Cotton, J., White, S., Crenshaw, D. THIRD ROW: Aston, 
P., Kelly, J., Crenshaw, D., Glenn, J. FOURTH ROW : Limbaugh, D., Deanheart, L., 
Dr. B. Dukes, Dr. J. Allen, Advisor; Middlebrooks, C. 

The purpose of the Baptist Student Union is to 
encourage the religious and spiritual development 
of the college student. BSU serves as a two-way 
channel through which Christian students move 
in witness and mission from their churches to the 
campus, and in turn, through which they move in 
enlistment and service from the campus to local 
churches. As a campus religious organization, it 
has no formal list of members but considers all 
Baptist students on campus as members. The Bap- 
tist Student Union works closely with other reli- 
gious organizations in organizing such activities 
as Relgious Emphasis Week. In addition, BSU 
has organized, this year, a literary magazine, Im- 
pact, to provide a means of expression in the liter- 
ary art forms for secular, as well as religious topics. 

Students of the BSU provide programs for 
presentation at convalescent homes and orphanages 
in the Clemson area. Several visits to the old age 
home at Six Mile, S. C. have been made during 
first semester. The weekly meetings on Wednes- 
day night at 7 :00 include organized groups which 
study various topics of importance to the college 
student today. 




Diane and other members enjoy refreshments after a meeti 




BARRY EDWARDS, President 




Officers are Robert Binford, President: Bear Baker, Vice- 
President; Nancy Dannals, Treasurer; Pat Mansfield, 
Secretary. 



Clemson Canterbury 
Club 

The Clemson Canterbury Club was organized 
in 1924 in association with Holy Trinity Episcopal 
Church. It has been providing fellowship for the 
Episcopal students at Clemson since that time. 

Along with the fellowship, its members enjoy 
several service projects. The club sponsors a 
seven-year-old child in Taiwan and makes several 
trips to the Tamassee DAR school. There the 
members serve ice cream and entertain the chil- 
dren. In order to raise money for the club, several 
members work in the Clemson Theatre. Once a 
month the club sponsors a supper for its members 
and presents a speaker. Occasionally the members 
attend deputations at such schools as Lander, 
Converse, Erskine, and Winthrop. In return the 
Clemson Canterbury plans some programs for the 
Canterbury members of these schools. 

The Canterburians often attend conferences at 
Episcopal campus in the state in order to 
strengthen their faith in the church and to learn 
more about life. 



The Canterbury Club members enjoy a supper together at 
the church. 




Christian Science 
Organization 

The Christian Science Organization is a group 
of students and sincerely interested persons who 
have no other religious connections. Since its 
beginning in 1961, the Christian Science Organi- 
zation has experienced continual growth in mem- 
bership and activities. It offers both Wednesday 
evening meetings and Sunday services which all 
students and faculty members are invited to attend. 
Wednesday evening meetings are held in the Stu- 
dent Chapel above the loggia at 7 :(X). Sunday 
services, held at 11:00 in the same chapel, are 
given in accordance with the manual of the First 
Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts. 

The organization maintains a lending library of 
Christian Scientist material next to the lounge of 
"A" dormitories. During Religious Emphasis 
Week the organization offers a film and speaker 
on Christian Science. A number of films and 
tapes on Christian Science are shown intermittently 
through the year. Through these programs, the 
lectures, Wednesday meetings, and Sunday serv- 
ices, the members attempt to give the university 
public a better understanding of Christian Science 
while enlarging their own spiritual perception. 




Mary Holton conducts a Wednesday evening meeting in the Student Chapel. 




Jack Hemphill, Lucy Gordon, and Bobby Koger, Prrsidciil, and the other mem- 
bers watch a film on Christian Science during Religious Emphasis Week. 



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FIRST ROW: Moore, C, Katzen, M., Goldman, M., Lapin, J.. Wolper, J., Kamen. I., Loef, S. SECOND ROW: Aines, B.. Kasha, M, 
Schreibman, J., Fedder, M., Ross, J., Feinberg, M., Goodman, I. 



Hillel-Brandeis 

The purpose of the Hillel-Brandeis Club at 
Clemson University is to serve the Jewish stu- 
dents in their reHgious and social lives. Hillel- 
Brandeis helps the Jewish students celebrate their 
holidays away from home. During the High Holy 
Days, the club provides transportation for the 
members to attend one of the two synagogues in 
Greenville. 

During the year, Hillel-Brandeis has speakers 
for the members and their guests. Also, it takes 
part in inviting a Rabbi to lead discussions in 
religious forums with other religious groups on 
campus. 

Fund raising projects are undertaken to help 
pay for the activities of the club. Since there is 
no resident Rabbi in Clemson Hillel-Brandeis 
works closely with Rabbis at the University of 
Georgia. 




Some watch, some listen, some smoke, but all enjoy participating in a religious 
forum. 



The Newman Student Association 




Father Fisher Hstens 
attentively to all students' 
problems. 




FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jones, K., Father Fislier, Chaplain; Professor Sullivan, Adfisor : 
Schmalz, R., Treasurer. SECOND ROW : Stuin, S., Nicks, J., Jackson, J., Guillot, E. THIRD ROW : 
Bedard, P., Morse, R., Russell, S., Rydarowski, R., Laurd, J. 



The Newman Student Association provides a 
social, cultural and religious organization for the 
Catholic students at Clemson. Newman Hall, the 
Catholic Student Center, has a small library, which 
features a large magazine rack carrying over 
twenty periodicals of both general and specialized 
Catholic interest. 

Father James Fisher, C.S.P., is the Chaplain to 
Catholic students at Clemson. Each year the con- 
ducts a seminar course on the theology of the 
\'atican II and a general inquiry into Catholicism. 

The Newman Student Association holds a fresh- 
man rece]5tion and a number of dances during the 
school year. It also has a number of informal 
clean-up parties and card parties. It sponsors 
speakers from the university faculty and from out- 
side sources. The club holds student discussions, 
and this year featured a four-w^eek marriage dis- 
cussion. Newman students helped at the Catholic 
Women's Club annual Mardi Ciras, and collected 
for the United Fund in the Clemson area. 



FIRST ROW, LEGT TO RIGHT: 
Davey, J., President: [ones, K., See- 
rctary. SECOND ROW: Kiskel K.. 
first Vice-President : McGee, C, Sec- 
ond Vice-President. 




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MR. OTIS NELSON, Associate Director 



YMCA Staff 



The business of the YMCA is people. The staff 
encourages the all around development of the in- 
dividual, giving attention to his needs and trying 
in every way to help him meet those needs. 

The backbone of the YMCA prograin — the 
YMCA stafif is headed by Buford E. Trent as 
Director of the YMCA. He has served in many 
capacities in the religious and community life of 
the campus and is interested in everything which 
pertams to the life of the student. Mr. Otis D. 
Nelson, a graduate of the University of Alabama 
and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, serves 
as Associate Director of the YMCA. He is re- 
sponsible for the program of the YMCA. Mr. 
Nash N. Gray, a graduate of Clemson, serves as 
Associate Director, giving the major portion of 
his time to business operation of the YMCA. Miss 
Bobbie Palmer serves as Office Secretary and is 
most helpful to students who come to the YMCA 
seeking information. 




MISS BOBBIE PALMER, Secretary 




MR. BUFORD E. TRENT, Director 




MR. N.ASH GRAY, Associate Director 




Y Cabinet 



FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Caggiano, ].. Weston, D., Cole, C. 
SECOND ROW : Harris, W., Carlton, B., Gardner, K., Gray, N., Jones, M., 
Hubbard, C. THIRD ROW: Giles, J., Bowden, G., Bishop T., Robinson, B. 




EXECUTIVE BOARD. LEFT TO RIGHT: kick, E., 
Miller, C, Smith, B., Kavan, B., Howes, H., Trent, B„ 
Gray, N., Thompson, S., Denton, G. 



The YMCA is a world-wide fellowship united 
by a common loyalty to Jesus Christ for the pur- 
pose of developing Christian personality and build- 
ing a Christian society. It is a voluntary, private, 
membership organization, completely interdenomi- 
national and democratic in its nature. Its program 
is such as to provide a climate for the free asso- 
ciation of ideas, intellectual stimulation and to 
foster growth toward physical and spiritual 
maturity. 

The YMCA Cabinet seeks to provide leader- 
ship, programs, and facilities for the physical 
development and social adjustments of students. 
Religious Emphasis Week, Hall Forums, Medi- 
tations, Vespers, and special speakers are definite 
programs carried on. Also students have depu- 
tations to other campuses and churches. Special 
and regular conferences are held both on campus 
and away. 




Betty Smith takes minutes while Bruce Kavan, President, 
conducts a meeting. 




Freshman Council, YMCA 

The Freshman Council of the YMCA is a branch of the 
"Y" created especially for all freshmen at Clemson Uni- 
versity, who are interested in the aims and ideals of the 
"Y". There are no "membership requirements" for those 
wishing to participate in the programs of the Council. The 
Council welcomes all students, and for this reason, the 
main goal of the Freshman Council is to present a variety 
of programs and activities which are of interest to the 
majority — not minority — of students. 

This year the programs of the Council have covered a 
range of topics from a lively clogging party to a discussion 
on the "Advantages and Disadvantages of Campus Life." 
The climactic social and money-making event of the first 
semester was a Sadie Hawkins Day and Date Raffle. 

The Freshman Council presents social and service, as 
well as, thought-provoking activities for an "elite" group 
of people — the Freshmen of Clemson University. 




FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT; Williams, D., Cromer, I.,. Dorn. P.., Williams, T. 
SECOND ROW : Crawford, II., McAIhaney, D., Dasher, L., Cothraii, S. 



Upper Class Council, YMCA 




Tommy Bishop, President, discusses with other members the activities of the counci 




FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Snow, D., Garbleman, H., Aldridge, 
M., Denies, G., Mr. Nash Gray, Advisnr. SECOND ROW : Water, R., 
Bishop, T„ Hunt, D., Stepp, K. 



The Upperclass Council of the YMCA is a 
looseknit organization whose members are inter- 
ested in providing services for students through 
the "Y". At the same time the council members 
are interested in having a good time. Both of 
these objectives are obtained through the members 
of the council working with cabinet sponsored 
functions as well as council sponsored programs. 
These activities vary from working on the home- 
coming display and coaching the area youth in 
various sports to having parties and enjoying gen- 
eral "bull" sessions. The upperclass council has 
learned that the "Y" is made up of people and 
is not just a building to go to — to shoot pool or 
watch movies. The president is Tommy Bishop, 
and the vice-president is Ken Stepp. 



Members enjoy a social gathering at the "Y" Cabin. 





ATHLETICS 



Bowling Club 

The purpose of the Clemson Bowling Club is 
to provide active members for the Clemson Bowl- 
ing Team who compete with other universities 
throughout the Southeastern United States. 

First organized in 1964, under the direction of 
Professor Jack Tuttle, the team has made great 
strides, compiling a 33-5 record in 3 years and 
winning the District V Intercollegiate Tourna- 
ment twice. After losing its first match of the 
season this year, the team has gone on to win 17 
in a row. 

RECORD 

Virginia 5 

Amer. U. (Wash., D. C.) 1 

VMI 4 

Virginia 4 

Virginia 3 

Intercollegiate Tournament, Greenville, N. C. — 
Clemson (1st place) with wins over: VMI, Ten- 
nessee, Virginia, Virginia Union, North Carolina 
State, UNC, N. C. A&T, South Carolina, Citadel, 
East Carolina, UNC at Charlotte. 

FURTHER SCHEDULED 
Clemson — South Carolina (Away) 
Clemson — VMI (Home) 

Clemson — Amer. Univ. (Wash., D. C.) (Home) 
Clemson — Georgia 
Clemson — Georgia Tech 
Clemson — Columbus College, Columbus, Ga. 



Clemson 


. 4 


Clemson 


. 8 


Clemson 


. 5 


Clemson 


. 5 


Clemson 


. 6 




JACK TUTTLE, Advisor 



LEFT TO RIGHT : Ed Bailey, 
Buck Bovd, Jay Gullv. Harold 
Rciter, Bill Rcviiolds, Tom Smilli. 





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Clemson Aero Club 

The Clemson Aero Club, Inc. is an organization 
composed of students, faculty, and employees of 
Clemson University who have a keen interest in 
aviation. It is a non-profit organization vi^hose 
primary objective is to help its members qualify 
for and obtain pilot certificates at minimal expense. 

Operations of the club airplane are conducted 
in accordance with the Federal Air Regulations 
of the U.S.A. and in accordance with rules estab- 
lished by the club for compliance with insurance 
requirements, for the safety of the members, and 
for protection of the airplane. 

Any person affiliated with Clemson University 
may apply for membership in the Clemson Aero 
Club. No previous flight experience is necessary. 
An initiation fee is nominal, and members pay the 
club only for the use of the plane and for insurance. 

For the experienced pilot, the Clemson Aero 
Club provides an excellent opportunity to lend the 
benefit of his experience to other pilots. For the 
student pilot, the club provides an opportunity to 
gain flying experience. 




LEFT TO RIGHT : Lam, C, Scency, B., Buckalew, A.. 
McNair, N., Johnson, F., Henderson, B., Freeman, C, 
Rogers, M. 



Last-minute instructions are given before take-off. 




FROXT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Henry, D., Tolley, C, Candler, S., Cauble, B., Kirkpatrick, K., 
King, J., Duckworth, G., Wiggins, D., Adkins, R. BACK ROW: Rogers, P., Jackson, J., Ammons, B., 
Kimbrell, B., Murrcll. T.. Nelson, C, Poland, J., Elliot, D., Caldwell. C, Burgess, D. 




Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes 

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a na- 
tional organization composed of many fine athletes 
and coaches from all the branches of sports at 
Clemson. The organization was foimded by 
basketball coach Don McClinton in 1954. Its 
purpose is to confront athletes and coaches and 
through them the youth of our nation with the 
challenge and adventure of following Christ 
through the fellowship of the church. As athletes ^ 
they recognize that they have an influence on 
young people, and they want that influence to 
count fur Christ. In its third year of existence on 
the Clemson campus, the Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes has shown continued growth and success. 




Dixie Skydivers Sport 
Parachute Club 



MEMBERS. Chapman. J.; Chapman, T. ; Doyle, B.; 
Duvall, M. ; Enzor, G. ; Finison, D. ; Forbes, M. ; Hanna, 
W. ; Lanford, J. ; Moore, N. ; Payne, R. ; Newman, T., 
President; Smith, T. ; Steinbrecher, J.; Wells, R. ; West- 
moreland, J. ; Willson, J. 




A member free falls, then maneuvers his parachute to a 
designated target. 




One of the newest clubs on campus is the Dixie 
Skydivers Sport Parachute Ckib. Since its affih- 
ation in the spring of 1967, the club has already 
doubled its membership. Sport parachuting or 
skydiving has been growing steadily during the 
past few years. The student begins his jumping 
career on a static line. Little time is spent free 
falling, so the student concentrates on maneuver- 
ing his parachute to a designated target. Later, 
the student progresses in five-second intervals to 
a thirty second free-fall. During these jumps the 
student learns the fundamentals of a controlled 
fall. Experienced jumpers can maneuver their 
bodies into any position and in addition to their 
120 mile per hour descent can track at a speed 
of up to 60 miles per hour horizontal to the ground. 

All new students are trained thoroughly in all 
phases of sport parachuting and each student 
jump is well supervised. The Dixie Skydivers 
have several qualified instructors, and the club is 
recognized by the United States Parachute Asso- 
ciation. The national collegiate championships 
held each year in Tahleguah, Oklahoma have also 
been put on the agenda. 



John practices free falling for the National Collegiate Cham- 
pionships held in Oklahoma. 



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Clemson University Fencing Club 



MEMBERS. LEFT TO RIGHT, 
STANDING : Waring, T. ; Snyder, 
P.; Chandler, L. ; Kauric, B. ; Ste- 
venson, E. ; Dykstra, K. ; Gambrel, 
T. ; Ferry, P. ; Raymond, E. ; War- 
ren, G. KNEELING: Rogers, C. ; 
Kaufman, A., Adznsor; Lee, H. 
SITTING : Lidsky, A. ; Harrel, F. ; 
Thompson, C. 




Pete Snyder, President, shows 
proper form. 




The fundamentals of swordsmanship have been 
practiced for centuries. With the decHne of duel- 
ling, fencing became a popular sport. Throughout 
the ages, the tendency has been toward lighter, 
more manageable weapons. Now emphasis is 
jjlaced on speed and coordination, with little given 
to sheer strength. 

The Clemson University Fencing Club was 
organized in 1959 under the auspices of the Clem- 
son YMCA and the Office of Student Afifairs. In 
its eight years, the membership and scope of its 
activities have steadily increased. The club par- 
ticii^ates in all levels of intercollegiate and national 
fencing. It has rei)eatedly placed high in the South- 
eastern District Conference. It is recognized by 
the Amateur Fencing League of America and 
recently won Fifteenth place in the national 
competition. 

This year's club under Professor Anders Kauf- 
mann, sole advisor with Dr. Hal Cooledge on a 
fellowship leave, is pushing for all available compe- 
tition. 

Parry. Thrust. Counter Thrust. Then touche. 
The bout is done. 



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Block "C" Club 




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Charlie Watson, President, sees that his boys do the job. 



Big "O" watches as the Tiger Cubs go through initiation. 











The Block "C" Club was organized for the 
fellowship of all Clemson athletes. Through work 
and fellowship we would hop)e to unify all letter- 
men and Clemson students and faculty towards a 
better understanding of inter-collegiate athletics 
and the Clemson athletic program. In order to 
be a member of the Block "C" Club a letter must 
be earned in any of the recognized intercollegiate 
sports. Each new member must participate in the 
Block "C" initiation and then is awarded member- 
ship into the club. Each member is given a club 
pin, and senior athletes are given framed Tiger 
rugs as recognition of their outstanding accom- 
plishments. The club earns a percentage on the 
sale of programs at all home football games. Those 
members not participating in football handle the 
distribution and sale of the programs. The slogan 
"The Year of the Tigers" was originated by the 
Block "C" Club. The club sold several thousand 
bumper stickers to encourage school spirit as the 
club felt this would really be "The Year of the 
Tigers". The club hopes through continual growth 
in the club and through the enlargement of the 
physical facilities that Clemson athletes can prosper 
in a manner fitting the growth and spirit of 
Clemson University. 



Much toil and labor goes into earning a Block "C". 



Block "C" Clubs 




Addison, J. 


Adkins, W. 


Albers. R. 


Arthur, G. 


Barbary, E. 


Boiiekat, H. 


Bradley, J. 


Cagle, J. 


Carroll, J. 


Catoe, J. 


Chilers, W. C. 


Cohen, E. 


Cone, F. 


Cooper, D. 


Courtney, C. 


Craig, R. 


Cropp. W. 


Dawes, A. 


Demsey, D. 


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Keys, L. Knight, O. Kozma, P. Liberatore, F. Lhotsky, J. Locklair, M. 

McGee, E. Mass, W. Michael, B. Miller, M. Moore, H. Mulligan, W. 

Player, V. Poland, J. Poling, J. Rayburn, R. Reynolds, P. Roger, P. 




Lowell, B. Lowry, B. 

Olszewski, H. Pitchford, C. 

Shirley, W. Shiiler, J. 




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Wilson Childers, a Block "C" man, takes a break during half time. 



Clemson Sailing Club 

The purpose of the Clemson SaiHng Club is to 
provide an opportunity for learning and advanc- 
ing the art of sailing and racing and to develop 
an intercollegiate sailing team at Clemson Uni- 
versity. Membership is open to anyone interested 
in learning or furthering their interest in sailing. 

The Sailing Team is picked from the members 
of the club. The Sailing Team is a member of 
the South Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Associ- 
ation. The racing season lasts the entire school 
year, with the team traveling throughout the South 
representing Clemson University. 





Two members of the Sailing Team show 
the skill that made them number 1 in the 
use Invitational Regatta. 



RACING RESULTS 

Spring 1967 

use Team Race— Won 4-0 
use Invitational Regatta — First 
ACC Championship — Second 

Fall 1967 

use Team Race— Won 4-1 
Citadel Invitational — Fourth 
MIT Invitational — Fourth 
College of Charleston Invitational- 
USC Team Race— Won 4-3 



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Mrnilurs practice the art of sailing and racing. 



FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Trap, R., Snow, D., Slack, C, King- 
horn, A. SECOND ROW : Dr. James Keneke, Mr. James Nickolson, 
Waldo, L., Marshall, J. THIRD ROW: Hehn, M., Fowler, L., Bense, J., 
Duncan, J. FOURTH ROW : Melville. R. J., Moss, B., Linke, R. FIFTH 
ROW: Musgraves, J., Kuester, A., Grosz, K., Folk, R. SIXTH ROW: 
Brerne, J., Crown, B., Close, B. SEVENTH ROW : Bruening, P., Nepreux, 
F., Tropea, L. 




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The Clemson University Scuba Diving Club 
has as one of its primary goals, the training of 
both new and old divers in safe diving techniques. 
The club is affiliated with the Southern Council 
of Skindiving Clubs and the Underwater Society 
of America. Through these organizations, the 
club has received national recognition of its train- 
ing programs from beginning diver to instructor. 
A secondary function of the Scuba Diving Club 
is to act as a rescue unit for local civil defense and 
law enforcement agencies, and to be constantly on 
call to aid in all ways whenever the lakes or 
rivers of the area are involved. 

The activities of the Scuba Diving Club are 
many and varied. The club takes over fifteen 
club divers a semester into the club, and several 
of the members have made trips to Florida. The 
club hosted the Convention of the Southern Coun- 
cil of Skindiving Clubs in January and plans to 
enter some of the training movies in the Inter- 
national Underwater Film festival. The club hopes 
to compete in the National Spearfishing Contest 
this year. 



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MEMBERS : Bentlev. B., Brooks, J., Brown, A., Campbell, A.. Cunningham, 
R., Fletcher, N., Harding, G., Hildebrand, G., Lemire, J., Pate, C, Reeves, R., 
Ritter, D., Suber, J., Thciling, D., Thompson, E. 





Tae Kwon Do Club 

The Clemson University Tae Kwon Do Club, 
originally called the Tang Soo Do Club, was 
founded in February of 1966. The club's purpose 
is to promote the spirit and understanding of Tae 
Kwon Do and to give Clemson students an oppor- 
tunity for instruction in this art. Tae Kwon Do, 
the Korean form of Karate and one of the most 
powerful styles known, literally means "to smash 
or destroy with the foot." 

This year the club fielded its first tournament 
team consisting of Lance DuVal, black belt ; 
Richard Dales and Mike Watts, brown belts ; and 
Bill Tillman and Jimmy Lindsey, blue belts. The 
tournaments which the team members have par- 
ticipated in are the Atlantic Coast Conference 
Karate Championships in Columbia, S. C. ; the 
Tri-State Karate Championships (N. C, S. C, 
Ga.) in Beaufort, S. C. ; the North Carolina State 
Karate Championship in Chapel Hill, N. C. ; the 
Southeastern Karate Team Championships in 
Greenville, S. C. : and the Kong Soo Do Champi- 
onship in Augusta, Ga. The team has acquired 
a total of four first place trophies, four second 
place trophies, and two third place trophies in 
these tournaments. The club is instructed by Mr. 
Billy Hong, a native Korean who has a fourth 
degree black belt, and who won the All-Korean 
Tae Kwon Do Championship in 1966. 




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Dr. Robert C. Edwards was graduated from Clemson in 1933 with a degree 
in Textile Engineering and was active in Phi Psi, Tiger Brotherhood, Blue Key, 
and Phi Kappa Phi. 

Dr. Edwards became acting president in 1958 and since then has received 
honorary Doctor of Law degrees from WofTord College and The Citadel. He is 
an active leader in the community as well as the University, being a member of 
the Lions International, the Shriners, the Clemson Rotary Club, the American 
Legion, and a Steward in the Methodist Church. Our president is also one of 
Clemson's most outstanding sjiort fans, following the Tigers to many of their out- 
of-town games. 

From student leader to university president, D. R. C. Edwards has always 
exemplified a man with every interest in his University. 




Edgar Brown, President of the Board, is a former President of 
the South Carolina Bar Association and has been State Senator 
from Barnwell County since 1938. 



The Board of Trustees Coordinate 
School PoHcy 

Thomas G. Clemson's will that provided for the establishment of an agricultural college also 
])rovided for it, a Board of Trustees. Today this thirteen member Board is the essential governing 
body at Clemson University. There are seven life members and six elected for four-year terms 
by the General Assembly of South Carolina. 



A life member, of the board, James F. Byrnes, was "Assistant 
President" of the United States under Roosevelt and also served 
as Director of War Mobilizations. 







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Patrick Calhoun, a life member, served as President of the 
Clemson University Foundation. He has also served as President 
of the Clemson Alumni Association. 



The recipient of an honorary Doctorate of Science degreee from 
Clemson, Robert Coker, a life member, is the present director 
of the Bank of Hartsville. 



Kenneth Crikk was President of Blue Key and a member of 
Tiger Brotherhood, Senior Council, and the Tiger Stafif at Clem- 
son. He was also named to Who's Who. 




L. D. Hoi.MKs was a member of the Board of Visitors to Clemson 
College in 1958. He is former President of the Savannah River 
Soil Conservation District. 



Frank Jervey, former Clemson University Vice-president for 
development, is a life member. During World War II, he received 
the "Exceptional Civilian Award." 




E. Oswald Lightsey of Hampton is a Clemson graduate. His 
term on the Board expires in 1970. He is co-owner and general 
manager of Lightsey Brothers. 



Gordon McCabe is a member of the Board of Directors of J. P. 
Stevens and Co. and the S. C. N. Bank. He is a graduate of the 
University of \'irginia. 




A. M. QuattlEbaum was a 1934 Clemson graduate. After receiv- 
ing a Masters degree from Cornell, he was an assistant professor 
at Clemson for five years. 




Paul Quattlebaum is a Clemson graduate with a degree in 
Electrical Engineering. He is employed by the U. S. Department 
of Commerce in Charleston. 




A life member, James Self is an honorary member of the Phi 
Psi National Textile Fraternity in Clemson. He is a member of 
the State Development Board. 



Winchester Smith, a life member, is the second Clemson grad- 
uate to be chosen to be on the board. He also has a wide range 
of agricultural interests. 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS 




ROBERT COOK EDWARDS President 

Walter Thompson Cox — 

Vice-President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students 

Melford A. Wilson— 

Vice-President for Business and Finance and Comptroller 

W. ^\'I■ight Bryan Vice-President for Development 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS AND STAFF 
PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 

ROBERT COOK EDWARDS President 

ALLEN WOOD RIGSBY— 

Assistant to the President and University Counsel 

Dorothy Lenora Abbott Secretary to the President 

ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATION 

VICTOR HURST— 

V.-P. for Academic Affairs and Dean of the University 

William Henry \\'iley — 

Dean, College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences 

jess Willard Jones Director, Resident Instruction, 

College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences 

Harlan Ewart McClure .... Dean. School of Agriculture 

Howard Louis Hunter . . Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 

Harold Fochone Landrith .... Dean, School of Education 

Linvil Gene Rich, Ph.D Dean, College of Engineering 

Wallace Dabney Trevillian Dean, 

School of Industrial Management and Textile Science 

Flovd Irving Browniey, jr Dean. Graduate School 

Claude I'ryant Tli(imi)son — 

Director. Clcmsow Unizrrsity at Greenville TEC 

Samuel Marsh Willis Director. Clemson University at Sumter 

Merrill Craig Palmer Director of Computer Center 

Claud I'ethune Green — 

Director of the Summer Sessions and Extended Programs 

]. W. Gordiin Gnurlay Director of the Library 




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1. DOROTHY ABBOTT 
Secretary to the President 

2. GEORGE E. COAKLEY 
Dean of Men 

3. SUSAN G. DELONY 
Dean of IVomen 

4. CLAUD B. GREEN 

Director of Summer Sessions and Extended Programs 

5. SARAH MARGARET POOLE 
Student Counselor 





ADMINISTRATION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS 

WALTER T. COX . Vicc-Prcs. for Student Affairs and Dean of Students 

George E. Coakley Dean of Men 

Joseph G. Guggino Assistant to Dean of Men 

Susan Goodwin Delony Dean of Women 

Virginia S. Hardie Counseling Psychologist 

John Randolph Anderson Counselor 

Carolyn A. Morgan Coxmsclor 

Manning N. Lomax Resident Counselor 



Office of Admissions and Registration 

KENNETH NOTLEY VICKERY . Dir. of Admissions and Registration 

Reginald Justin Berry Registrar 

William Richard Mattox Admissions Supervisor 

Arnold Mandigo BIoss Student Financial Aid Supervisor 

Arthur Stiefel West Admissions Counselor 

Gertrude Ramsay Bailey Recorder 



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Student Center and YMCA 

BUFORD E. TRENT General Secretary Y.M.C.A. 

Nash Newton Gray Associate Secretary 

Otis Duell Nelson Associate Secretary 




Student Placement 

DAVIS GREGORY HUGHES Director of Placement 

Michael Jones Maxwell Assistant Placement Director 

Francis H. Cannon Secretary 



Sti-dent Health Service 

JUDSON ELAM HAIR, M.D. . . . Director of Student Health Service 
John C. Barnett, M.D. . . Associate Director of Student Health Service 

James H. Bowers. M.D Physician 

Roy J. Ellison, M.D. Consulting Psychiatrist 

Evelyn Littlejohn X-Ray and Laboratory Technician 

Ruth Durham, R.N Director of Nurses 



WILLIAM R. MATTOX, Adiitissioius Supervisor 1. 

REGINALD J. BERRY, Registrar 2. 

JOSEPH G. GUGGINO, Assistant to Dean of Men 3. 

MANNING N. LOMAX, Resident Counselor 4. 

J. CHARLES BARNETT, Assoc. Dir. of Student Health Service 5. 

RUTH DURHAM, Director of Nurses 6. 

ARNOLD MANDIGO BLOSS, Student Financial Aid Supervisor 7. 









Department of Bands 

JOHN HARRISON BUTLER Director (on leave) 

Bruce Farrell Cook Acting Director 



Athletic Staff 

FRANK JAMES HOWARD . . . Athletic Director and Head Coach 

Robert Cole Bradley Athletic Publicity Director 

James Brennan Assistant Basketball Coach 

Fred Cone Assistant Coach 

H. C. Greenfield Track Coach 

Fred W. Hoover Head Trainer 

Robert M. Jones Assistant Coach 

R. P. Jordan Assistant Football Coach 

James Bank McFadden Assistant Coach 

H. C. McLellan, Jr Assistant Athletic Director 

Christopher C. Roberts, Jr Basketball Coach 

Robert W. Smith Assistant Coach 

James D. Wade Assistant Coach 

Arthur W. Baker Assistant Coach 

Billy H. Wilhelm Baseball Coach and Director of Intramural Sports 
Eugene P. Willimon Assistant Athletic Director 




ADMINISTRATION OF BUSINESS AND 
FINANCIAL AFFAIRS 

MELFORD A. WILSON, I'.-P. for Business and Finance and Comptroller 

Kenney R. Helton Internal Auditor 

Elmer H. McCarter Financial Analyst 



Accounting Division 

TRESCOTT NEWTON HINTON Chief Accountant 

Melvin Eugene Barnette Supervisor of Research Accounts 

Vivian Raymond Harrcll IBM Supervisor 

William Allen Thompson Accountant 

Joseph Shelor Walker Bursar 




VIRGINIA S. HARDIE, Counseling Psychologist 1. 

VIRGINIA POOLE, Secretary to V.-P. for Business and Finance 2. 

EUGENE P. WILLIMON, Assistant Athletic Director 3. 

JOSEPH S. WALKER, Bursar 4. 

KENNY R. HELTON, Internal Auditor 5. 





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Personnel Division 

JOHN BAKER GENTRY Director of Personnel 

Charles Wallace Lott Job Analyst 



Physical Plant Division 

RALPH SIMPSON COLLINS .... Director of Physical Plant 

James Cleveland Carey Superintendent of Grounds 

William Lieben Meigs . . Asst. Supt. of Planning a>id Engineering 

Roy Marcus Rochester Plant Engineer 

George Carlisle Jones Superintendent of Utilities 

Jack William Weeden Chief of Security 




Purchasing Division 

EARL SPENCER LIBERTY Director of Purchasing 

Daniel Wheeler Bickley . Procurement Officer and Property Custodian 



Auxiliary Enterprises 

HENRY HUGHES HILL, JR. . . . Director of Auxiliary Enterprises 

Luther J. Fields Manager, Student Food Service 

William Drye Cromer .... Superintendent, Central Office Service 

Leroy Edward Rutland Dormitory Manager 

Thomas Roy Rhumes Manager, Laundry 

Ernest Chisholm Watson Manager, Housing 







1. JACK WEEDEN 
Chief of Security 

2. LEROY E. RUTLAND 
Dormitory Manager 

3. LUTHER J. FIELDS 
Manager, Student Food Service 

4. ERNEST C. WATSON 
Manager, Housing 



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ADMINISTRATION OF DEVELOPMENT 

W. WRIGHT BRYAN Vice-President for Development 



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Public and Alumni Relations 

JOSEPH E. SHERMAN Director. Alumni Relations 

George M. Moore 4ssociate Director Alumni Relations 

Melvin C. Long Director, Public Relations 

John L. Allen Editor, University Nezcs Bureau 

John C. Mann 4h<nini Editor 

George U. Bennett Field Representative, Alumni Relations 

Allen M. Sale, Jr Publications Editor 




SYBIL R. ALBERT, Secretary to Dean of Student Affairs \. 

MARY HOOD, Co-Resident of Manning Hall 2. 

MELVIN LONG, Director, Public Relations 3 

LUCILLE CORLEY, Co-Resident of Manning Hall 4, 

SARA M. POOLE, Student Counselor 5, 



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The Alumni Association Gives Strong Support 

Since the founding of Clemson University, school spirit has been the backbone 
of the institution. The Clemson Alumni Association has long been the epitome of 
this tradition. 

The Alumni Association strives to express its love for Clemson by supporting 
programs which will advance the University. The Alumni Association gives 
financial support to such programs as undergraduate scholarships, graduate fellow- 
ships, faculty research, teaching professorships, student loans, library additions, 
permanent endowment, and the Alumni Service Program. 

The Alumni Association also takes a personal interest in the entire student 
body by giving annual $1,000 grants to the Student Government to support their 
activities. 

The functions of Clemson University, from the simplest to the most complex, 
would not be valuable without the most intricate part — the faculty. The facility 
is truly a key link in the long chain of activities, organizations, and events that 
make Clemson the fine University that it is. 

Throughout the years, Clemson has been blessed with having some of the most 
cajiable instructors in the many fields offered at the University. The primary pur- 
pose uf a faculty is to teach, but Clemson's faculty ofifers much more than an 
education. It offers such tangibles as friendshij) and inspiration. 

Through such opportunities as this, the students of Clemson University are 
fortunate to be exposed to such worthwhile people. 











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The functions of Clemson University, from the simplest to the most complex, 
would not be valuable without the most intricate part — the faculty. The faculty 
is truly a key link in the long chain of activities, organizations, and events that 
make Clemson the fine University that it is. 

Throughout the years, Clemson has been blessed with having some of the most 
capable instructors in the many fields offered at the University. The primary pur- 
pose of a faculty is to teach, but Clemson's faculty offers much more than an 
education. It oflfers such tangibles as friendship and inspiration. 

Through such opportunities as this, the students of Clemson University are 
fortunate to be exposed to such worthwhile people. 




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FACULTY 

• ABERNATHY, A. R. . Associate Professor 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ACORN, J. T Associate Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 

ADAMS, H. D Instructor 

HISTORY 

ADKINS, T. R. . . . Associate Professor 
ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

• ALEXANDER, P. M. . Assistant Professor 

HORTICULTURE 

ALLEN, J. F Assistant Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

ALLEN, R. M Professor 

FORESTRY 

ALLEY, F. C Associate Professor 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

• ANDERSON, G. W. . Associate Professor 

ZOOLOGY AND VETERINARY 

ANDERSON, R. A. . Assistant Professor 
MILITARY SCIENCE 

ANDREWS, J. F Professor 

CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 

ANTRIM, J. DeC. . . Associate Professor 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

• ARBENA, J. L Instructor 

HISTORY 

ARRINGTON, O. W Instructor 

ENGLISH 

ASHWORTH, R. P Professor 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

AUCOIN, C. V. . Head of Dept., Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

• BAILEY, R. H. . . . Assistant Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

BALL, W, L Associate Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

BANISTER, R. A. . . Associate Professor 
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

BARDSLEY, C. E., JR. . Associate Professor 
AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

• BARFIELD, J. R. . . Assistant Professor 

ECONOMICS 

BARKER, R. H. . . . Associate Professor 
TEXTILE CHEMISTRY AND CHEMISTRY 

BARLAGE, W. B., JR. . Associate Professor 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

BARNETT, B. D. . Head of Dept., Professor 
POULTRY SCIENCE 

• B.ARNHILL, J. W. . . Assistant Professor 

HISTORY 

BARRIER, M. J Instructor 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

BARTMESS, E. B Instructor 

MATHEMATICS 

BAUKNIGHT, L. M., JR. Assistant Professor 
AGRIC. ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 



FACULTY 

• BAULD, N. R., JR. . . Associate Professor 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

BAXTER, A. W. . . . Associate Professor 
BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

BAXTER, L. W. . . . Associate Professor 
BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

BECKWITH, W. F. . Assistant Professor 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

• BEINHART, E. G., JR Lecturer 

PLANT PHYS., BOTANY. BACTERIOLOGY 

BELL, M. C Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

BERRY, T. G Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

BETHEL, E. L. . . . Associate Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

• BIGGS, S. S Assistant Professor 

AEROSPACE STUDIES 

BINSSE, M. I Instructor 

SPEECH 

BIRKHEAD, P. K. . . Assistant Professor 
GEOLOGY 

BISHOP, A. O., JR Instructor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

• BISHOP, C. B. . . . Assistant Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

BISHOP, M. B. . . . Assistant Professor 
CHEMISTRY 

BOLEN, C. W Professor 

HISTORY 

BOLING, M. B. . . . Assistant Professor 
AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

• BOND, J. H Associate Professor 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

BOONE, M. A Professor 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

BOST, M. V Instructor 

ENGLISH 

BOUKNIGHT, J. A Instructor 

NURSING 

• BOWEN, W. C. . . . Associate Professor 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

BOYD, V. A Associate Professor 

AGRIC. ECONOMICS AND RURUL SOCIOLOGY 

BRADBURY, D. W Professor 

MACHINE DESIGN 

BRANDT, G. W. . . . Associate Professor 
DAIRY SCIENCE 

• BRANNOCK, D. Y., JR. . Assistant Professor 

FRENCH 

BRANNON, C. C. . . Associate Professor 
DAIRY SCIENCE 

BRANTLEY, HERBERT— 

Head of Department, Associate Professor 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

BRAWLEY, J. v., JR. . Assistant Professor 
MATHEMATICS 





FACULTY 

• BRITTAIN, J. E. . . . Assistant Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

BRITTON, J. D. . . . Assistant Professor 
MILITARY SCIENCE 

BRITZ, R. J Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

BROCK, J. L Professor 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

• BROWN, F. B. . . . Associate Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

BROWN, J. W. . . . Associate Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

BROWN, L. H. . . . Associate Professor 
ARCHITECTURE 

BROWN, M. C. . Head of Dept., Professor 
MILITARY SCIENCE 

• BROWN, S. H Assistant Professor 

ECONOMICS AND GOVERNMENT 

BROWNLEY, F. I., JR.— 

Dean, Graduate School and Professor 
CHEMISTRY 

BROYLES, H. E. . . Associate Professor 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

BRULEY, D. F. . . . Associate Professor 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

• BRUNER, M. H. . . . Associate Professor 

FORESTRY 

BURNETT, R. P. . . Assistant Professor 
AEROSPACE STUDIES 

BUNGAY, H. R. . . . Associate Professor 
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 

BURTNER, F. A Professor 

SOCIOLOGY 

• BUSCHING, H. W. . . Assistant Professor 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

BYRD, L. L Assistant Professor 

EDUCATION 

BYRD, W. P Professor 

EXPERIMENTAL STATISTICS 

CAFFREY, C. B. . . . Assistant Professor 
PSYCHOLOGY 

• CALHOUN, J. N. . . Assistant Professor 

AEROSPACE STUDIES 

CALHOUN, R. J Professor 

ENGLISH 

CAMPBELL, T. A. . Head of Dept., Professor 
■ TEXTILE 

CAPEL, W. C Assistant Professor 

SOCIOLOGY 

• CARD, E. B Instructor 

EDUCATION 

CARPENTER, E. T. Visiting Assoc. Professor 
EDUCATION 

CARTEE, E. F Professor 

TEXTILES 

CARTER, C. W 4ssistant Professor 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 



FACULTY 

• CARTER, R. M. . . . Associate Professor 

AEROSPACE STUDIES 

CASKEY, CM. . . . Associate Professor 
ENGLISH 

CASTRO, W. E. . . . Associate Professor 
ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

CHALUPA, W. V. . . Associate Professor 
DAIRY SCIENCE 

• CHAPLIN, R. L. . . Associate Professor 

PHYSICS 

CHISMAN, J. A. . . . Associate Professor 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

CHOLEWINSKI, F. M. . Associate Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

CLARK, H. G Associate Professor 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

• COCHRAN, J. H. . Head of Dept., Professor 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

COKER, E. C Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

COKER, W. R Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

COLEMAN, R. L Instructor 

FRENCH 

• COOK, B. F. . Visiting Assistant Professor, 

Director of Bands 
MUSIC 

COOL, B. M Professor 

FORESTRY 

COOPER, J. B. . . . Associate Professor 
POULTRY SCIENCE 

CORLEY, D. M. . . . Assistant Professor 
AGRIC. ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 

• COUCH, J. H Associate Professor 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

COVER, A. S Assistant Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

COX, H. M. . . . Head of Dept., Professor 
ENGLISH AND MODERN LANGUAGES 

CRADDOCK, G. R Professor 

AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

• CRAIG, J. T Assistant Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

CRAWFORD, J. C. . . Assistant Professor 
MILITARY SCIENCE 

CROOK, LYNN . . . Assistant Professor 
FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOCHEMISTRY 

CROSS, J. T Instructor 

ENGLISH 

• CROSS, R. L Instructor 

ENGLISH 

DAVENPORT, D. H. . Assistant Professor 
NURSING 

DAVIS, C. C Professor 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DAVIS, L. H. . . Head of Dept., Professor 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 








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• DAX'IS, R. S Assistant Professor 

HISTORY 

DEAN, J. A Assistant Professor 

MODERN LANGUAGE 

DICKEY, J. F Assistant Professor 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

DILLARD, G. E. . . . Assistant Professor 
BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

• DILLMAN, B. L. . . . Assistant Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

DINWIDDIE, J. G., JR Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

DOUGLASS, T. E. . . Assistant Professor 
ENGLISH AND MODERN LANGUAGE 

DOWDLE, M. W. . . Assistant Professor 
MILITARY SCIENCE 

• DOWLER, W. M Lecturer 

BOTANY 

DRAKE, T. L Assistant Professor 

MECH. AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

DUNKLE, B. E. . . . Associate Professor 
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

DUNKLE, S. K. . . . Assistant Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

• DUVAL, J. C Assistant Professor 

SPEECH 

EDWARDS, J. L Professor 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

EDWARDS, R. L. . . Associate Professor 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

EFLAND, T. D Associate Dean, 

Director of Research, Professor 
TEXTILES 

• ELBEHERY, H Visiting Lecturer 

TEXTILE SCIENCE 

ELROD, A. C Associate Professor 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ELROD, W. C Assistant Professor 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

EPPS, W. M. . . Head of Dept.. Professor 
BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

• ERICKSEN, A. R. . . Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

ESKEW, E. B. . . . Associate Professor 
AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

EUDE, J- A Visiting Instructor 

■ FRENCH 

FAZIO. M. F Instructor 

FRENCH 

• FEAR. .A. F Associate Professor 

SPEECH 

FERNANDEZ, E. G Lecturer 

SPANISH 

FERNANDEZ, G. F. . Assistant Professor 
SPANISH 

FLATT, J. E. L Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 



FACULTY 

• FORD, A. T Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

FORD, J. M 4ssociate Professor 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

FOX, R. C Associate Professor 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

FRAKER, J. R Instructor 

ENGLISH 

• FREEZE, C. R. . . . Associate Professor 

EDUCATION 

FRYE, R. N Assistant Professor 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

FULMER, J. P. . . . Assistant Professor 
HORTICULTURE 

FULMER, L. G Instructor 

MATHEMATICS 

• GARNER, THOMAS . Associate Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

GARRISON, O. B Professor 

DIR. OF RESEARCH IN AGRI. HORTICULTURE 

GERSTER, G. A. Visiting Assistant Professor 
ARCHITECTURE 

GETTY S, W. E. . . . Associate Professor 
PHYSICS 

• GIBSON, P. B Lecturer 

AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

GILLILAN, B. E. . . Assistant Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

GING, J. L 4ssistant Professor 

PHYSICS 

GODLEY, W. C Professor 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

• GOLDEMBERG, MAURICE— 

Associate Professor 
TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

GOOCH, DIXIE . . . Associate Professor 
ENGLISH 

GOODIN, CURTIS P. . Associate Professor 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

GORDON, J. S. . . . Assistant Professor 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

• GOREE, J. G Assistant Professor 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

GOSSETT, B. J. . . . Associate Professor 
AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

GRABEN, H. W. . . . Associate Professor 
PHYSICS 

GRAHAM, M. S Instructor 

GERMAN 

• GRAHAM, W. D. . . Assistant Professor 

AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

GREEN, C. B Professor 

ENGLISH 

GRIFFIN, V. S. . . . Assistant Professor 
GEOLOGY 

GRUBB, C. A Instructor 

HISTORY 





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ENGLISH 

GUM, CORBUN . . . Associate Professor 
ENGLISH 

GUNNIN, E. A Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 

GUNTER, E. G Instructor 

NURSING 

• GUNTER, T. H. . . . Associate Professor 

INDUSTRIAL MGT. AND TEXTILE SCIENCES 

HALPIN, J. E. . . . Associate Professor 
BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

HALTIWANGER, M. E. Assistant Professor 
MILITARY SCIENCE 

HAMMOND, A. F. . . Associate Professor 
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

• HANDLIN, D. L. . . Assistant Professor 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

HANNAH, H. B. . . . Assistant Professor 
ENGLISH 

HARDEN, J. C. . . . Associate Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

HARLEY, J. H Instructor 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

• HARRIS, R. B. . . . Assistant Professor 

PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION 

HARSHMAN, R. C. . Associate Professor 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

HASELTON, G. M. . Assistant Professor 
GEOLOGY 

HASH, J. A 4ssistant Professor 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

• HATCHER, R. D. . . Assistant Professor 

GEOLOGY 

HAUN, J. R Assistant Professor 

HORTICULTURE 

HAYS, S. B Assistant Professor 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

HEATON, R. B Instructor 

ENGLISH 

• HENNINGSON, R. W Professor 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

HENRY, L. L Assistant Professor 

ENGLISH 

HENSON, K. J. L Lecturer 

' NURSING 

HERLINGER, W. B. . Associate Professor 
MODERN LANGUAGES 

• HILL. R. W Instructor 

ENGLISH 

HIND, A. T Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

HOBSON, J. H Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

HODGES, V. S Associate Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 



FACULTY 

• HOLLINGSWORTH, J. S. . . Instructor 

NURSING 

HOLMAN, H. R. . . . Associate Professor 
ENGLISH 

HOLT, A. H Associate Professor 

ENGLISH 

HOOD, C. E Assistant Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

• HOWARD, G. E. . . Assistant Professor 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

HUBBARD, J. C. . . Associate Professor 
TEXTILES 

HUBBARD, J. F. . . Associate Professor 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

HUFF, L. D Professor 

PHYSICS 

• HUFFMAN, J. W Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

HUNTER, H. L Dean, Professor 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

HUNTER, R. H. . . Head of Department, 
Associate Professor 
ARCHITECTURE, VISUAL STUDIES 

HUTCHINSON, J. P Instructor 

SOCIOLOGY 

• IDOL, J. L Assistant Professor 

ENGLISH 

ISRAEL, CM Instructor 

ENGLISH 

JACKSON, J. E Instructor 

MUSIC EDUCATION 

JAMES, R. H Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

• JAMESON, L. H. . . Associate Professor 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

JANZEN, J. J Associate Professor 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

JENNINGS, C. W. . . Assistant Professor 
ENGLISH 

JENSEN, A. K. . . . Associate Professor 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

• JOHNSON, J. K Assistant Professor 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHNSON, T. H Instructor 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JOHNSON, W. E. . . Assistant Professor 
EXPERIMENTAL STATISTICS 

JONES, CM Professor 

AGRONOMY AND OILS 

• JONES, J. W Professor 

AGRONOMY 

JORDAN, W. S -issistant Professor 

HORTICI'LTURE 

JUTRAS, M. W 4ssistant Professor 

AGRONOMY 

KAUFMANN Asistant Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 




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• KEITH, M. O Assistant Professor 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

KELLER, F. J. . . . Assistant Professor 
PHYSICS 

KELLEY, J. W. . . . Assistant Professor 
DAIRY SCIENCE 

KENELLEY, J. E. . . Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

• KERSEY, R. N 4ssociate Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

KING, E. W Professor 

ENTOMOLOGY' AND ZOOLOGY 

KING, W. A. . . Head of Dept., Professor 
DAIRY SCIENCE 

KINGSLAND, G. C. . Associate Professor 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

• KIRKLEY, F. E. . . . Associate Professor 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

KIRKWOOD, C. E. . Associate Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

KNAPP, R. J Assistant Professor 

SOCIOLOGY 

KWAK, N. K Assistant Professor 

INDUSTRAL MANAGEMENT 

• LaFLEUR, K. S. . . . Associate Professor 

AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

LaGRONE, I. W. . . . Associate Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

LAITALA, E. . . Head of Dept.. Professor 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

LaKSHMI-BAL C. . . Assistant Professor 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

• LAMBERT, J. R. . . . Assistant Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

LANDER, E. M Professor 

HISTORY 

LANDERS, K. S. . . . Assistant Professor 
CHEMISTRY 

LANDRITH, H. F. . Dean, Head of Dept.. 
Professor 
SCHOOL OF ED., ELEM. & SEC. EDUCATION 

• LaROACHE, E. A. . . Associate Professor 

TEXTILES 

LAW, A. C Associate Professor 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

LAZAR, J. R Professor 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

LEEMHUIS, R. P. . . Assistant Professor 
HISTORY 

• LEFORT, H. G 4ssistant Professor 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

LEHOTSKY, K. . Head of Dept.. Professor 
FORESTRY 

WIS, A. D Professor 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

LIGON, J 4ssociate Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



FACULTY 

• LINDSTROM, F. J. . Associate Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

LIMNGSTON, J. L Instructor 

ENGLISH 

LONG. J. T Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

LUCKAWECKI, S. M. . Associate Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

• LUND, A. E Associate Professor 

FORESTRY 

LYON, K. S Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

LYONS, D, W -issistant Professor 

TEXTILE SCIENCE AND MECH. ENGINEERING 

LYTLE, J. S Assistant Professor 

AGRIC, ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 

• McCLAIN, E. F. . . . Assistant Professor 

AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

McCLURE, H. E Dean, Professor 

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 

McCOR^LAC, J. C. . . Associate Professor 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

McCUTCHEN, A. J. . Associate Professor 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

• McGARITY, H. H Professor 

MUSIC EDUCATION 

McGEE, CM Assistant Professor 

ENGLISH 

McGregor, R. R. . . Assistant Professor 
FRENCH 

McGregor, \V. H. . Associate Professor 
FORESTRY 

• McHUGH, C. M. . . . Associate Professor 

ENGINEERING GR^APHICS 

McLELLON, W. M. . Associate Professor 
ANIMAL HL'SBANDRY 

McNATT, J. A Instructor 

FRENCH AND SPANISH 

McCAULAY, H. H. . . Alumni Professor 
ECONOMICS 

• MACLAUCHLAN, PERE . Assist. Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

MACY, J. B Instructor 

FRENCH 

MALPHRUS, L. D. . . Associate Professor 
AGRIC. ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 

M.\RTIN, J. A. . . . Associate Professor 
HORTICULTURE 

• MARTIN, J. C Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

M.-\RULLA, M. P. . . Associate Professor 
CHEMISTRY 

M.\RVIN, J. H Associate Professor 

TEXTILES 

MATHEWS, A. C Professor 

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• MEANS, G. C Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 

MEEKS, CD Assistant Professor 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

MEENAGHAN, G. F Professor 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

MICKELBERRY, W. C. Associate Professor 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

• MILES, J. F Associate Professor 

AGRIC. ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 

MITCHELL, C. R. . . Assistant Professor 
ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

MITCHELL, J. H Professor 

FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOCHEMISTRY 

MIXON, R. F. . . . Assistance Professor 
MODERN LANGUAGES 

• MOORMAN, R.W. Head of Dept., Professor 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

MORGAN, H. E. . . . Assistant Professor 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

MORGAN, R. P Instructor 

HISTORY 

MORRIS, F. P Lecturer 

ARCHITECTURE 

• MUCHLBAUER, J. . . Assistant Professor 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

MURRAY, B. K. . . . Assistant Professor 
AIR SCIENCE 

NALLEY, D. W Instructor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

NEWTON, A. F. . . Head of Department. 
Associate Professor 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

• NICHOLAS, S. C Director 

ENGINEERING RESEARCH 

NOWACK, R. F 4ssociate Professor 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

O'DELL, G. D 4ssistant Professor 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

OGLE, W. L Professor 

HORTICULTURE 

• OLSEN, N. L Assistant Professor 

ENGLISH 

OLSEN, E. S Associate Professor 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

O'REILLY, M. F. . . Assistant Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

OWENS, R. R Assistant Professor 

HISTORY 

• OWENS, W. H Assistant Professor 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

OWINGS, M. A Alumni Professor 

ENGLISH 

PACKER, M. A Associate Professor 

EDUCATION 

PAGE. E. E Assistant Professor 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 



FACULTY 

• PALMER, M.C. Director, Associate Professor 

COMPUTER SCIENCE MATHEMATICS 

PARK, E Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

PARK, S. O Assistant Professor 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

PARKER, CD 4ssistant Professor 

AIR SCIENCE 

• PARKER, P. A. . . . Assistant Professor 

AIR SCIENCE 

PARRY, T. H Assistant Professor 

EDUCATION 

PEARCE, J. E. . . . Associate Professor 
ECONOMICS 

PERRY, R. L Associate Professor 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

• PINCKNEY, J. E. . . Associate Professor 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

POE, H. V Associate Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

POLK, H. T Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

POPE, R. M Instructor 

ECONOMICS 

• PORTER, J. J. . . . Associate Professor 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

POTEAT, L. E. . . . Associate Professor 
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

POWELL, D. J Professor 

NURSING 

PREVOST, A. S. . . . Assistant Professor 
NURSING 

• PRINS, R Assistant Professor 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

PROCTOR, T. G. . . Assistant Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

PURSER, W. H. . . . Assistant Professor 
ENTOMOLOGY 

RABON, J. D Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

• RAMSEY, R. H Instructor 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

RATLIFF, N. A Instructor 

HISTORY 

REED, A. R Associate Professor 

PHYSICS 

REED, C. A Professor 

PHYSICS 

• REED, J. K Professor 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

REEL, J. V Assistant Professor 

HISTORY 

REEP, R. T Associate Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 

REGNIER, L G. . . . Associate Professor 
ARCHITECTURE 








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FACULTY 

• RICE, M. O Instructor 

ENGLISH 

RICH, L. G. . . Dean, Professor, Director 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

RICHARDSON, J. L. . Associate Professor 
TEXTILES 

RICHARDSON, M. K. . Associate Professor 
ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

• RIFE, L. A Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

RIGGS, G. D Assistant Professor 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RITCHIE, R. R Professor 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

ROBBINS, R. C. . . . Assistant Professor 
MILITARY SCIENCE 

• ROBERTS, B Instructor 

NURSING 

ROBINSON, G.C. . Head of Dcpt.. Professor 

CERAMIC and METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

ROCHESTER, W. F. . Assistant Professor 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ROGERS, E. G. . . . Associate Professor 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

• ROSTRON, J. P. . . . Associate Professor 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ROTHENBERGER, R. R. Assist. Professor 
HORTICULTURE 

RUSH, J. M Professor 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

RUSSELL, C. B 4ssistant Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

• RUTLEDGE, R. W Professor 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

SALLEY, J. R. . . . Associate Professor 
CHEMISTRY 

SWITSKY, G. B. . . Associate Professor 
CHEMISTRY 

SAYITSKY, L. A Lecturer 

RI'SSIAN 

• SCHOENIKE, R. E. . Associate Professor 

FORESTRY 

SCH\YARTZ, A. E. . Associate Professor 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

SEFICK H. J Associate Professor 

.HORTICULTURE 

SELLERS, J. R Instructor 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

• SENN, T. L. . . Head of Dcpt.. Professor 

HORTICULTl-RE 

SEO K Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

SHANNON, R. D, . . Assistant Professor 
ECONOMICS 

SHEPHERD, W. M. . Assistant Professor 
MILITARY SCIENCE 



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• SHERRILL, M. D. . . Associate Professor 

PHYSICS 

SHEWFELT, A. L Projessor 

FOOD SCIENCE AND BACTERIOLOGY 

SHULER, CO.... Assistant Projessor 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

SIMS, E. T Associate Projessor 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• SIMMS, J. B -issistant Projessor 

ENGLISH 

SKARDON, B. N. . . Assistant Projessor 
ENGLISH 

SKELLEY, G. C. . . . Associate Projessor 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

SKELTON, B. J. . . . Assistant Projessor 
HORTICULTURE 

• SKELTON, B. R. . . Associate Projessor 

ECONOMICS 

SMITH, CD Instructor 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 

SNELL, A. W. . . Head of Dept., Projessor 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

SOCZYK, .'\. F. . Samuel Matter Martin Proj. 
MATHEMATICS 

• SORRELLS, R. T. . . Assistant Projessor 

ENGLISH 

SPENCER, H.G. . Head oj Dept.. Assoc. Proj. 
CHEMISTRY AND GEOLOGY 

SPURLOCK, H. C . . Associate Projessor 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

SQUYRES, J. E. . . . Assistant Projessor 
VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE 

• STANLEY, E. L. . . Associate Projessor 

MATHEMATICS 

STEADMAN, M. S. . Associate Projessor 
ENGLISH 

STEINER, P. A. . . . Assistant Projessor 
ENGLISH 

STEIRER, W. F. . . . Assistant Projessor 
PHYSICS 

• STEPHENS, J. F. . . Associate Projessor 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

STEPP, J. M Alumni Projessor 

AGRIC. ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 

STU.ART, CM.... Associate Projessor 
MATHEMATICS 

SULLIVAN, J. R. . . Associate Projessor 
MATHEMATICS 

• T.\RR.ANT, W. E. . . Associate Projcsso" 

TEXTILES 

THODE, F. W Instructor 

HORTICI'LTURE 

THOMPSON, E. A. . Assistance Professor 
ECONOMICS 

THOMSON, D. P. . . Associate Projessor 
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• THORNING, M. M Instructor 

ECONOMICS 

THURSTON, J. N. . . Alumni Professor 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

TISDALE, C. F. . . . Assistant Professor 
iMILITARY SCIENCE 

TOW ELL, T. D Instructor 

PSYCHOLOGY 

• TREVILLLAN, W. D. . . Dean, Professor 

SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
AND TEXTILE SCIENCE, ECONOMICS 

TRIVELY, LA Professor 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

TURK, D. E Assistant Professor 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

TYNDALL. E. N. . Head of Deft.. Professor 
AIR SCIENCE 

• ULBRICH, C. W. . . Assistant Professor 

PHYSICS 

USREY, M. O -Isslstant Professor 

ENGLISH 

VAUGHN, E. A Instructor 

TEXTILES 

VENKATU, D. A. . . Assistant Professor 
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

• \'OGEL, H. E. . . Head of Dcpt.. Professor 

PHYSICS 

\'ON ROSENBERG, J. L. . Assist. Professor 
CHEMISTRY 

\'0N TUNGELN, G. R. . Associate Professor 
AGRIC. ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 

WAITE. E. E. . . . Associate Professor 
SOCIOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY 

• WALTERS, T. V Professor 

TEXTILES 

WANG, SAMUEL . . Assistant Professor 
ARCHITECTURE 

WANNAMAKER, J. M. Assistant Professor 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WANNAMAKER, P. W. Assistant Professor 
GERMAN 

• WARE, R. E Associate Professor 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

WATSON, C. H Associate Professor 

ENGLISH 

WATSON, G. T Instructor 

MATHEMATICS 

WATSON, S. M Professor 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

• WEBB, B. K Associate Processor 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

WEBB, L. G Associate Professor 

ZOOLOGY 

WEEKS, L H Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

W1-:LSH, W. .-X Assistant Professor 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 



FACULTY 

• WHEELER, H, J. . Head of Department, 

Associate Professor 
ECONOMICS 

WHEELER, R. E. . Head of Dept., Professor 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

WHITE, D. F Assistant Professor 

PHILOSOPHY 

WHITEHURST, C. H. . Head of Department, 
Associate Professor 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• WHITNEY, J. B Professor 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

WHITTEN, W. C. . . Associate Professor 
ECONOMICS 

WILCOX, L. C. . Head of Dept., Assoc. Prof. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

WILEY, W. H. . Professor, Dean of College 
of Agricultural and Botany Science 
POULTRY SCIENCE 

• WILLARD, W. K. . . Assistant Professor 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

WILLIAMS, L. M. . . . Acting Director 
NURSING 

WILLIAMS, P. L Lecturer 

FRENCH 

WILLIAMS, W. B. . . Associate Professor 
TEXTILES 

• WILLIAMS, W. V. . . . Head of Dept., 

Associate Professor 
FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOCHEMISTRY 

WILLIS, V.L Lecturer 

SPANISH 

WILSON, H. B. . . Admissions Counselor, 
Assistant Professor 
TEXTILES 

WILSON, H. H Professor 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

• WILSON, M. B. . . . Associate Professor 

ENGLISH 

WILSON, W. L. . . . Assistant Professor 
AIR SCIENCE 

WINTER, J, p. . . . Associate Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

WITCHER, W. . . . Associate Professor 
BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

• WOOD. K. L Associate Professor 

PHYSICS 

WRAY, C. V Associate Professor 

TEXTILES 

WRIGHT, J. A. . . . Assistant Professor 
AGRONOMY 

YANG, T. T Associate Professor 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

• YOUNG, F. A Instructor 

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

YOUNG, J. L Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 

ZIELINSKI, P. B. . . Assistant Professor 
ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

ZINK, W. T Associate Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 




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• ALLEE, M. C Instructor 

BOTANY AND ZOOLOGY 

DAY, F. L Assistant Professor 

ENGLISH 

DI BENEDETTO, G. R. . . . Instructor 
HISTORY 

EDWARDS, M. O Instructor 

CHEMISTRY 

• FERRELL, W. R Instructor 

PHYSICS 

GANIM, V. L Instructor 

ENGLISH 

GOOCH, D. R Instructor 

ENGLISH 

GRAY, F. R Lecturer 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• IBRHIM, LB Instructor 

MATHEMATICS 

JONES, R. M Assistant Professor 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

KLEVGARD, P. A. . . Assistant Professor 
HISTORY 

POPE. R. M Instructor 

ECONOMICS 

• REITER, B. B Instructor 

MATHEMATICS 

RICE, M. K Instructor 

FRENCH 

SMITH. L. C Instructor 

ENGLISH 

THOMPSON, C.B Director 

• WALLACE, F. L Instructor 

BIOLOGY 

WATSON, K. R Instructor 

MATHEMATICS 



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FACULTY 

• ADAMS, P. H Instructor 

ECONOMICS 

ANDERSON, J. C. . . Assistant Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

ARNETT, J. D Instructor 

BIOLOGY 

CAMERON, J. P. . . Assistant Professor 
MATHEMATICS 

• COFFEY, J. C Assistant Professor 

BOTANY 

DOYLE, J.J Instructor 

ENGLISH 

EVANS, N. D Instructor 

HISTORY 

FLETCHER, C. E Instructor 

INDUSTRAL MANAGEMENT 

• GREENE, J. A Instructor 

SOCIOLOGY 

HOUSER, R. D Instructor 

CHEMISTRY 

JONES, R. M. . . . Assistant Professor 
ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

MULLEN, J. J Instructor 

MATHEMATICS 

• SMALL, S. E Instructor 

HISTORY 

WALKER, W. T Instructor 

HISTORY 

WESER, D. B Instructor 

CHEMISTRY 

WILDER, J. W Instructor 

FRENCH 

• WILLIS, S. M Director 

YATES, O. I Instructor 

ENGLISH 




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The Graduate School of Clemson University functions for the primary purpose 
of advancement. This advancement is available to any eligible student who desires it. 

This school, headed by its Dean, Dr. J. F. Brownley, offers many facilities in 
providing an education beyond the level of the bachelor's degree. These facilities 
give Graduate Students an opportunity to gain professional qualities in their chosen 
areas. 

Enrollment is continuing to increase, and advanced degrees are now offered in 
many areas, ranging from Chemical Engineering to Physics. 

The promotion of research in these advanced studies shows the emphasis now 
being placed on the acquisition of general knowledge as well as professional skill. 
Advancement in these two directions fulfill the purpose of the Graduate School. 




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GRADUATES 

• AGREE. LINDA S. . . Mississippi City, Miss. 

MATHEMATICS 

ADAMS, GEORGE F Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMICAL PHYSICS 

ADDISON, DONALD A. . . . Clemson, S. C 
AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

AKKAS, NURI Tavsanii, Turkey 

CIVIL ENGIXEERING 

• ALEXANDER, GEORGE D. . Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ALEE, MARSHALL C. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ENTOMOLOGY 

ALLEN, WM. HAROLD . Waynesville, N. C. 
WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING 

AMERSON, G. M Gordon, Ga. 

ENTOMOLOGY 

• ANDERSON, EDWIN L. . . Greenville, S. C. 

BACTERIOLOGY 

ANDRE, JOHN C Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

AUSBURN. MIRIAM B Easley, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

AVER. FREDERICK C Seneca, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

• BAGWELL, THOMAS N Canton, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

BAKER, WILLIAM C. . . . DueWest, S. C. 
PLANT PATHOLOGY 

BALLINGTON, JAMES R. . . Clemson, S. C. 
HORTICL'LTURE 

BARDWELL, DONALD M. . . Clemson, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

• BARNES, WILLIAM J. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

BEAN, JOHN FOSTER . . Lvnchburg, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

BECK. DON R Anderson. S. C. 

MASTERS IN GUIDANCE 

BENEDICT. GEORGE W. . . Duquesne, Pa. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• BENNETT. DAVID J Liberty, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

BEST. STEPHEN H. . . . Fayetteville. N. C." 
ZOOLOGY 

BIEZENSKI. ROMANA A. . . Clemson, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

BISCHOFF, CHARLES F. . . Clemson, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

• BISHOP, ASA O., JR Clemson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

BLANTON. LLOYD H. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

BOGGS. TAMES F Central, S. C. 

EDUCATION 

BOND. JOHN A.. IR Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 



GRADUATES 

• BONNETTE, AUGUSTUS K. . Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

BOOTH, HUBERT J Hartsville, S. C. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

BOOTH, J. ROBERT . . New Rensingden, Pa. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

BOROUGHS, RALPH Z. . . . Pickens, S. C. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 

• BOWIE, PATRICK C Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

BREEN, MARILYN J. . . . Anderson, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

BROSNAN, DENIS A Atlanta, Ga. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

BROUSSARD, STANLEY A. Wilmington, N. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

• BROWN, AMOS T., JR. . . . Levittown, Pa. 

MATHEMATICS 

BROWN, C. PRESTON . . . Clemson, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

BROWN, NADINEMAYNARD . Liberty, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

BROWN, SHARON U. . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
PLANT PATHOLOGY 

• BRYANT, J. R., JR Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY 

BUFF, STEPHEN F Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

BUFFKIN, JAMES M. . . Heath Springs, S. C. 
INDIISTRIAL EDUCATION 

BULL, T. N Mount Kisco, Fla. 

ENTOMOLOGY 

• BURCH, E. EARL, JR Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

BURDETTE, CHARLES G. . . Simpson, N. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

BURROWS. KENNETH C. . Nottingham, Eng 

ENGLISH LITERATURE 

CAMPBELL, J. L Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

• CANTRELL, H. F Clemson, S. C. 

PLANT PATHOLOGY 

CARLSON. PAUL H Clemson, S. C. 

ENTOMOLOGY 

CARTLEDGE, JOHN B. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

CARTWRIGHT, DEAN M. . . Asheville, N. C. 

ECONOMICS 

• CARTWRIGHT, DENNIS H. . . Bremen, Ga. 

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 

CECIL, JOSEPH H Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

CHARLE, J. P Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

CHARLES, NINA G Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 





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GRADUATES 

• CHEN, MIIN MING .... Hsinchu, Taiwan 

FORESTRY 

CHIEN, HSIN-IH Taiwan 

ENVIRONMEXTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

CHIEN, MOA-TSEUG Taiwan 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

CHISHOLM, WILLIAM B. . . Clinton, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

• CHOOPANYA. DUANGCHAI— 

Bangkok, Thailand 
PLANT PATHOLOGY 

CLARK, BEN T Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

CLAYTON, ED R Clemson, S. C. 

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 

CLEM, ROBERT B Huntsville, Ala. 

MATERIALS ENGINEERING 

• COILE, DAVID N Ukeland, Fla. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

COMER, EUGENIE G Union, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

COLCOLOUGH, JAMES J. . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

CONE, FRED H Cincinnati, Ohio 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• CONNOR, WILLIAM R. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

COOK, JAMES W., JR Mobile, Ala. 

PHYSICS 

COOKE, RONALD G. . . East Durham, N. Y. 

HISTORY 

CORCORAN, THOMAS G. . N. Charleston, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• CRAFT, WILLIAM J. . . Rutherfordton, N. C. 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

CRIBB, LESLIE J Sumter, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

CROMER, BRENDA F. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

EDUCATION 

CROMER, JACOB P Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

• CULBERTSON, SUZANNE B. Greenville, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

CURLEE, THOMAS O. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

DARBY, JAMES T Summerton, S. C. 

ENTOMOLOGY 

DARSS, PHILIP S Pine, N. C. 

ENTOMOLOGY 

• DAVIS, JAMES M Greenville, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DEBOACH, ANDREA N. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
HISTORY 

DOUGLAS. MICHAEL A. . . . Central, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

DUCKETT, JOHN C Clyde, N. C. 

CHEMISTRY 



GRADUATES 

• DUNCAX, I. F Berea, Ohio 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

DUNLAP, F. A Clemson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

DU\'ALL, LANCE A. . . Highland Park, Mich. 
PHYSICS 

DUWEL, RICHARD B. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

• EDENS, MARY LOU .... Clemson, S. C. 

SECONDARY SCIENCE EDUCATION 

EDGEMON, DUDLEY C. . Englewood, Tenn. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

EDWARDS, MARJORIE ANN . Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

ELLIS. IRVING L., JR. . . . Florence, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

• ELROD. ROBERT H Griffin, Ga. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

ELSEY, JOHN T Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

EPPS, JAMES W Clemson, S.C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

EPPS, ROBERT F. Ill . . . Lake City, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

• ERWIN, WILLIAM T. . . . Memphis, Tenn. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

EVANS, PAULA .... Ludowiei, Ga. 
MATHEMATICS 

EVANS, RICHARD B Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

FERRELL, THOMAS L. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

PHYSICS 

• FLANNERY, ROBERT E. . . . Chicago, 111. 

PHYSICS 

FLETCHER, GEORGE R., JR. . . Rome, Ga. 

PHYSICS 

FORTE, FREDERICK F. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

FOSTER, JOSEPH C, JR. . . Rockford, 111. 

PHYSICS 

• FREEMAN, CHRIS R Clemson, S. C. 

PL.VNT PATH0LC1GY 

FREEMAN, GAIL S Clemson, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY' SCHOOL GUIDANCE 

FREEMAN, HARRY W., JR. Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

FREEMON, LAURA F. . . . Dahlonega, Ga. 
ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY 

• FRIEDERICH, RUDOLF O. . Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

GALLAGHER. FRANK P. . New Orleans, La. 
ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

GAMBLE. ROBERT O Central, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

GARDNER, KATHERINE M. Ninety Six, S. C. 
ENGLISH 




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GRADUATES 

• GEDRIS, WILLIAM R. . . . Aliquippa, Pa. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

GILLESPIE, WILLIAM . . . Clemson, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

GILLIAN, HENRY C, JR. . . Clemson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

GLASS, RONALD W Arkansas 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

• GOLIGHTLY, WILLIAM L. . . Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

GOTTSCHALK, ROBERT B., JR. Savannah, Ga. 
BIO-ENGINEERING 

GRACE, RONALD D Clemson, S. C. 

EDUCATION 

GRAEF, STEPHEN P. . . . Louisville, Ky. 
ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

• GRANT, C Clemson, S.C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

GRAVES, ALFRED A Clemson, S. C. 

PLANT PATHOLOGY 

GRAY, DONALD E Clemson, S. C. 

BIO-ENGINEERING 

GRAY, GEORGETTE H. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

• GREEN, CLARENCE R. . . . Butler, Tenn. 

PHYSICS 

GREENE, WOODROW P. . . Marion, N. C. 

TEXTILES 

GREENING, RICHARD M. . New York, N. Y. 
WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING 

GREGORY, WESLEY W., JR. . Clemson, S. C. 
ENTOMOLOGY 

• GRIEVES, COLIN G England 

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

GRISSON, ALAN R. . . . Rock Island, Tenn. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

GRIBBS, JOHN R., JR. . . . Kingstree, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

GUILLOT, EDGAR R Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

• GURTHIE, HELEN C Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY AND EDUCATION 

HAIR. J. D Newark, Del. 

BIOLOGY 

HALBERG, MICHAEL R. - . Clemson, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

HALL, WILLIAM W., JR. . . . York, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

• HAN, JULIE J Burma 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

HANEY, DONALD L Tennessee 

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 

HANEY, MARY T Coral Gables, Fla. 

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

HAW, ELIZABETH Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY 



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GRADUATES 

• HARDAWAY, ROBERT W. . . Clemson, S. C. 

ASTRONOMY 

HARDEE, WILLIAM P. . . . Conway, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

HARDIN, FERRIS H Clemson, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

HARDIN, IAN R Clemson, S. C. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

• HARRIS, ETTIE JEANNE . . Clemson, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

HARRIS, HOWARD R. . . Ozone Park, N. Y. 
ENTOMOLOGY 

HARRIS, MYRA D Blacksburg, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

HARTZOG, JAMES V Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

• HASTY, LEONARD J., JR. . . Camden, S. C. 

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

HELLWIG, ELLEN P Clemson, S. C. 

BOTANY 

HENDERSON, CHERYL E. . . Bogalusa, U. 
MATHEMATICS 

HENDRICKS, ROBERT V. . Georgetown, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

• HENDRIX, JAMES E Clemson, S. C. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

HENDRIX, LEON J., JR. . . Ridgeland, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

HENDRIX, WM. T., JR. . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

HIGGINS, DONALD H. . . . Asheville, N. C. 
WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING 

• HIGHTOWER, JUDSON R. . Denmark, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

HODGSON, JOSEPH, JR. . Lake Worth, Fla. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

HOLLAND, LYMAN L Holland, Va. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

HOLMES, BILLY J Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

• HOLSHOUSER, HENRY L., JR. Clemson, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

HOLST, T. I Charleston, W. Va. 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 

HUGHES, J. CHARLES . . Hartsville, S. C. 

CRIMINOLOGY 

HUMPHREY, CHARLES D. . Shannon. N. C. 
POULTRY SCIENCE 

• HUNT, DANIEL H. . . North Augusta, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

HURLEY. NOEL M Lancaster, S. C. 

MICROBIOLOGY 

HUTCHESON, AARON A. . Clarksville, Tenn. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

HUTCHESON, EDWARD T. . Leesbury, Va. 
PHYSICS 






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• IBRAHIM, IBRAHIM M. . . . Seneca, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

JAIN, RAMESH C Clemson, S. C. 

TEXTILES 

JAMES, DENNIS W Seneca, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

JEFFORDS, SAMUEL J. . Orangeburg, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

• JENKINS, WILBUR H. . . . Pendleton, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

JOHNSON, ALBERT W. . . . Nichols, S. C. 
ENTOMOLOGY 

JOHNSON, CONOR D Orange, Va. 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

JONES, DEANNA T Clemson, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GUIDANCE 

• JONES, HOWARD T. . . . Flat Rock, N. C. 

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 

JONES, JOHN D Ware Shoals, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

JONES, MARY S Taylors, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

JORDAN, JAMES C Seneca, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

• TURECEK, HARVEY .... Clemson, S. C. 

AGRONOMY 

KAMBHU, KAWI X Clemson, S. C. 

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

KANE, RICHARD T. . . . Jersey City, N. J. 
HISTORY 

KARESH, STEPHEN M. . . Charleston, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

• KARLTON, JULIA A Hammond, La. 

MATHEMATICS 

KATZ, NEIL F Pittsburgh, Pa. 

TRANSPORTATION 

KELLY, KATHERINE F. . . Newberry, S. C. 

BACTERIOLOGY 

KENNEDY, CHARLES E. . . . Roanoke, Va. 
PHYSICS 

• KING, GRADY A Clemson, S. C. 

HORTICULTURE 

KING, MICHAEL D Seneca, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

KINGSMORE, TERRY A. . . . Buffalo, S. C. 
WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING 

KIRKLAND, LELAND R. . . Clemson, S. C. 
PHYSICS 

• KLAWITTER. JEROME J. . . Clemson, S. C. 

MATERIALS ENGINEERING 

KLOBA, ANTHONY A Justice, 111. 

PHYSICS 

KNECHTYES, JOHN F. . . . Newark, Ohio 

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY 

KOWALSKI, LARRY M. . . Anderson, S. C. 
PATHOLOGY 



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GRADUATES 

• KYTLE, SANDRA G. . . . U France, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

LABBE, LEONDER Opelousas, La. 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

LAFLEUR, KAREN M. . . . Clcmson, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

LAFF, A. R Clemson, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

• LAM, CHAN F Clemson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

LAAL RUTH L Columbia, S. C. 

EDUCATION 

LAMBERT, FRANK L. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

LANFORD, BOBBY L. . . . Woodruff, S. C. 

FORESTRY 

• LANGLEY, HARRY M. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

ENTOMOLOGY 

LANGLEY, THOMAS K. . . Greenwood, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LARSEN, WILLIAM A., JR. . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

LAUKER, ROBERT M Central, S. C. 

NUTRITION 

• LAURENT, EUGENE A Aiken, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

LAVENDER, ELAINE B. . . . Central, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

LEARD, BOBBIE R. . . . Westminster, S. C. 
EDUCATION 

LEE, CHARLES R. . North Tarrytown, N. Y. 
AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

• LELAND, THOMAS M. . . SummerviUe, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

LEWIS, CLYDE L Clemson, S. C. 

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY 

LIAO, NAN-SEN . . Chutung, Hsinchu, China 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

LIAO, SHEONG-SANG . . . Taiwan, China 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

• LIN, CHUNG CHUAN . Hualien, Taiwan, China 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

LINDSTROM, WILLIAM A. . Wetungka, Ala. 

PHYSICS 

LINER, GAINES H Efland, N. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

LOGAN, MARTIN DON . . . Decatur, Ala. 

MATHEMATICS 

• LONG, BONNIE K Florence, S. C. 

PHYSICS 

I^ONGSHORE, RANDOLPH E. Gr'nwood, S. C. 

PHYSICS 

LOWELL, ROBERT J. . . N. Charleston, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

McALHANY, JOHN W. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 





GRADUATES 

• McCALLUM, DANIEL B. . . Shreveport, La. 

MATHEMATICS 

McCANLESS, WILLIAM V. . . Clemson, S. C. 

PHYSICS 

McCASKILL, LINDA H. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
SPECIAL STUDENT 

McCASKILL, VON H Clemson, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

• McCLARY, JAMES T., JR. . . Kingstree, S. C. 

HORTICULTURE 

McCLINNON, HUGH P Greer, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

McCRACKEN, T. ARDEN . . Clemson, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

McFADDIN, NORMAN J., JR. . Clemson, S. C. 
HORTICULTURE 

• McGILL, JULIAN E Smyrna, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

McGUIRE, HARRY M Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

McKITTVICK, JOHN D. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

MacLEAN, RUTH H Clemson, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

• McLEMORE, DAN L Surrency, Ga. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

McNEW, W. D., JR Portsmouth, La. 

CHEMISTRY 

McPHERSON, THOMAS O. . Greenville, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

MALCOM, CAROL A Clemson, S. C. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 

• MALCOLM, JOSEPH A. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

MARCHINI, ROBERT R. . . Clemson, S. C. 

PHYSICS 

MARRAH, GEORGE W. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

MARTIN, SAMUEL C Easley, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• MAW, BILLY J Central, S.C. 

HISTORY 

MAXWELL, MICHAEL J. . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

MAYNE, SHERMAN T. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

NUTRITION 

MELLICHAMP, JOSEPH M. . . Toccoa, Ga. 

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 

• MKRCIER. WILLIAM T. . . Blue Ridge. Ga. 

PLANT PATHOLOGY 

MILASNOVICH, NICK . . . Pendleton, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

MILLER, ANSEL E Picayune, Miss. 

FORESTRY 

MILLER, CAREY B. . . North Augusta, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



GRADUATES 

• MILLER, JAMES D Taylors, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

MILLER, LEE S Asheville, N. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

MILLER, RONALD I. . . . Clarksville, Tenn. 
PHYSICS 

MIXON, FRANK E Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

• MOCK, GARY Phillipsburg, N. J. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

MOLE, MARION L., JR. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

MONTGOMERY, SAMUEL J. . Chappells, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

MOORE, JAMES F., JR Louisa, Ky. 

PLANT PATHOLOGY 

• MORENO, JUAN O. . . . Medellin, Colombia 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

MOSELEY, JOHN Z. Ill . . Anderson, S. C. 
EDUCATION 

MUCKENFUSS, DaCOSTA . . Clemson, S. C. 
EDUCATION 

MULCHANDANL PRAKASH R. Clemson, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

• AIULLIN, F Donalds, Va. 

CHEMISTRY 

NALLEY, DONALD W. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

NASH, ROBERT R Central, S. C. 

ENTOMOLOGY 

NASS, J. M Columbia, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

• XEAL, BILL LARRY ... . Metairie, La. 

MATHEMATICS 

NEMERGUT, JOHN P. . . . Stratford, Conn. 
ZOOLOGY 

NEWLIN. KIMREY D Liberty, N. C. 

AGRICl'LTURAL ECONOMICS 

NIEDERHOF, RICHARD C. . . Clemson, S. C. 

FORESTRY 

• NOLEN. THOMAS D Clemson, S. C. 

AGRICULTl'RAL ECONOMICS 

NORTH, STANLEY R. . . . Demurest, N.Y. 
ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY 

NUSSBAUM, GEORGETTA . . Easley, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

ODOM, HENRY B. Ill .... Florence, S. C. 
PHYSICS 

• O'HANLON, JOSEPH P. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

CI\-IL ENGINEERING 

OLIPHANT, RONALD D. . Kingsvillc, Texas 
AGRONOMY 

O'NEAL, THOMAS N Clinton, Miss. 

PHYSICS 

ORR, lAMES W Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 




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GRADUATES 

• OTT, DAVID A Ponchatonla, La. 

MATHEMATICS 

0\'ERCASH, DANNY R. . . . Seneca, S. C. 

PHYSICS 

OWENS. CAROL P Greenville, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

PADGETT, WILLLAM J. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

• PALMER, JAMES H. . . . Pendleton, S. C. 

AGRONOMY 

PARKER, JAMES T. . . Elizabethtown, N. C. 
POULTRY' SCIENCE 

PARKS, GORDON L Dalton, Ga. 

PHYSICS 

PARNELL, CALVIN .... Clemson, S. C. 
ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

• PARROTT, PERRY M., JR. . . Townville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

PAYNE, JAMES E Chase City, Pa. 

PHYSICS 

PEALE, K.\RL E Statesboro, Ga. 

Ph.D. MATHEMATICS 

PEARCE. FRANK W.. JR. . . Clemson, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

• PELLERIN, HENRY A. . . . Ufayette, U. 

MATHEMATICS 

PERCIVAL, HENRY F. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

PERKINS, JOHN C Valdese, N. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

PERKINS, WARREN S Elloree, S. C. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

• PHILLIPS, GLENN W. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

PITT. JEREMY P Sydney, Calif. 

HISTORY 

PITTS, CRYSTAL P Clinton, S. C. 

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 

POINDEXTER, CLIFFORD E. . Liberty, S. C. 

ENTOMOLOGY 

• POLK, DWIGHT W. . . . Charleston, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

POWELL, BOBBY E Moultrie, GaT 

PHYSICS 

POWERS, MORRIS W Toney, Ala. 

PHYSICS 

PRICE, JAMES W., JR. . . . Abbeville, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

• PRICE. SAMUEL J Birmingham, .A.la. 

CHEMISTRY 

PRIDEMORE, WILLIAM J. . . Union. S. C. 
AGRUT-LTURAL ECONOMICS 

PRI\'ETTE. CHARLES V., JR. Bishopville, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

PRUITT, ALBERT B Clemson, S. C. 

PHYSICS 



GRADUATES 

• QUESENBURY, ROBERT C. . Greenville, S. C. 

EDUCATION 

RAAB, HERBERT E Edroy, Texas 

AGRONOMY 

RAMAGE, DANIEL E. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

RAMAY, H. J Walhalla, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

• RAMSEY, JACKSON B., JR. . Clemson, S. C. 

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY 

RASH, JAMES H Anderson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

REED, HENRY J Charleston, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

REESE, CHARLES J Walhalla, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

• REEVES, H.G Anderson, Ala. 

MATHEMATICS 

REID, MARVIN P Clemson, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

REINERT. JAMES A Clemson, S. C. 

ENTOMOLOGY 

RELSON, WILLIAM K. . . Little Silver, N. J. 
ZOOLOGY 

• REITER, HAROLD B Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

REPKA, RONALD J Clemson, S. C. 

PHYSICS 

REYNOLDS, JOHN H. . Winston-Salem, N. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

RICE, PHILIP F Pine Bluff, Ark. 

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 

• RICE. RICHARD M. . . . Kingsville, Texas 

CHEMISTRY 

RICHARDS, FRANCIS R. . . Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

RICHARDSON, TERRY E., JR. Barnwell, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RIGGS, DAVID A Rushton, La. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

• RILEY, MICHAEL W Clemson, S. C. 

PHYSICS 

RITTER, DALE ROBERT . . Manaieau, N. Z. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

ROBINSON, CHARLES W. . . McDonald, Pa. 
AGRONOMY 

ROBINSON. LARRY G Mulga, Ala. 

CHEMISTRY 

• ROBINSON, LAWRENCE H. . Clemson, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

ROEDERSHEIMER, RICHARD J.— 

Covington, Kv. 
PHYSICS 

ROHRBACH, JAMES J. . . . Anderson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

ROLAND, RALPH DUANE . . Weiser, Idaho 
PHYSIOLOGY 








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GRADUATES 

• ROMPALA, JOHN T Chicago, 111. 

PHYSICS 

ROSE, COLLEEN J Charleston, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

RUDY, BRUCE C Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

RUSH, GEORGE D. HI . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

• RUSSELL, DONALD R, . . Greenville, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

SANCHEZ, DAVID C Chicago, 111. 

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

SCHAEK, RICHARD G. . . . California, Ky. 

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 

SCHAFFER, NORMAN C. . . Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

• SCHIRMER, FRANK B. Ill . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

SCHULZE, WILLIAM C. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
OPERATIONS RESEARCH 

SCHUMAUN, KLAUS R. K. . Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

SECREST, ISABELLE J. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

• SETCHFIELD, TERRANCEL. . Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

SHACKELFORD, SAMMY . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

SHEALY, FRED G., JR Seneca, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

SHEALY, ROBERT M Seneca, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

• SHORE, WILLIAM A Baldwin, Ga. 

ENGLISH 

SILBER, ROBERT Pendleton, S. C. 

Ph.D. MATHEMATICS 

SINGH, SHIVA N Clemson, S. C. 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 

SKIPPER, MICHAEL A. . . . Sebring, Fla. 
CHEMISTRY 

• SMITH, BILLY B Shreveport, La. 

MATHEMATICS 

SMITH, JAMES F Montague, Mich. 

ZOOLOGY 

SMITH, LARRY J Lake View, S. C. 

HORTICULTURE 

SMITH, THOMAS M. . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• SMITH, WILLIAM R. . . . Greenville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

SMOAK, F. LANG .... Orangeburg, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

SNOW. RONALD L. . . . Morganton, N. C. 
ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY 

SPANNINGER, PHILIP A. . . Clemson, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 



GRADUATES 

• SPEARS, SCOTT B., JR. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

SPITZ, WILLIAM A Anderson, S. C. 

PHYSIOLOGY 

STACEY, WILLIAM G. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
HORTICULTURE 

STANFORD, DAVID J Atlanta, Ga. 

CHEMISTRY 

• STANFORD, WILLIAM CHAD Clemson, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

STEELE, JOY H Dunwoody, Ga. 

ENGLISH 

STEPHENS, CARROLL T. . N. Augusta, S. C. 

HORTICULTURE 

STRICKLAND, JOHN G. . . . Bailey, N. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

• STROCK, WOODROW G Cope, S. C. 

FORESTRY 

SUDDETH, HOWARD A. . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

SUTTON, WILLIAM R. . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

TALLON, WILLIAM A. . . Greenville, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

• TATE, L. V Greer, S.C. 

ECONOMICS 

TAYLOR, ROBERT R. . . . Greenville, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

THAKKAR, HARSHAD H. . . Bombay, India 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

THOMPSON, CHARLES E. N. Charleston, S. C. 
PHYSICS 

• THOMPSON, GEORGE G. . . Anderson, S.t:. 

MATHEMATICS 

THOMPSON, ROBERT S. . . Clemson, S. C. 
ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY 

THORNHILL, M. J Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

TODD, THOMAS D Clemson, S. C. 

FOOD SCIENCE 

• TORRENCE, ALAN K. . . . Asheville, N. C. 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 

TORREY, WAYNE D Clemson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

TRAUGHBER, PITNER A. . . . Aiken, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

TSUI, CHARLES LEE .... Clemson, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

• TURNER, JAMES M Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

TURNER, NANCY LARSEN . Greenville, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

UPCHURCH, BILLY T. . Rocky Mount, N. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

VAN DUYN, JOHN W. . . Jacksonville, Fla. 
ENTOMOLOGY 





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GRADUATES 

• VAUGHAN, J. C Halifax, N.C. 

PHYSICS 

VEAL, CD Clemson, S. C. 

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

\'ILL. D. O Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY AND ECONOMICS 

WACEK, RUDOLPH .... Anderson, S. C. 
POST GRADUATE 

• WALKER, JERRY C Clemson, S. C. 

AGRONOMY 

WALL, JAMES H New Orleans, La. 

TE.XTILE CHEMISTRY 

WALTERS, LEXIE D. . . . Greenville, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

WANSLEY. NEINA E. . . . Washington, Ga. 
ZOOLOGY 

• WARD, DA\'ID O Kingstree, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

WATERS, JAMES B Clemson, S. C. 

HORTICULTURE 

WATLINGTOX, CHARLES . Jackson, Tenn. 
PHYSICS 

WEEKS, BENJAMIN .... Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• WEERS, WALTER A Boulder, Colo. 

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

WHITEHEAD, WILLIAM . . Clemson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

WILKINS, JOHN L .Athens, Ga. 

MATHEMATICS 

WILLIAMS. JAMES M. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 

• WILLIAMSON. JAMES . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

WILLSON, HAROLD J. . . . Sumter, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

WILSON. JANE A Clemson, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

WILSON, NANCY L. . . . Blacksburg, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

• WOMBLE. LOUIS R., JR. . Rocky Mount, N. C. 

CHE.MICAL PHYSICS 

WOMMACK, VIVIAN L. . . . Easley, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

WOODS. FORREST Brookfield, III. 

PHYSICS 

WORDIXGER, ROBERT . . Philadelphia, Pa. 
DAIRY SCIENCE 

• WREN'N, JOHN D Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

WU. HSUAH-WEN Taipei, China 

TE.XTILE CHEMISTRY 

YAPANAR, DENIZ Clem.son, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

YAWN. HERMAN Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



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GRADUATES 

YOUNG, GARY F Smithville, Tenn. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

YOUNG, THOMAS B Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

ZELADA, EDMUND R. . S. Cre, Bolivia, S. A. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

ZEPKE, BARRY GEO Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 






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student entering his senior year at Clemson experi- 
ences a mixture of many feelings ; relief, anticipation, fear, 
sorrow, melancholy and pride. He is coming to the end 
of some of the most important years of his life. He has 
passed the dependent stage and is entering the longest and 
perhaps the most imf)ortant phase, the independent stage. 

It is time for him to put to use all the knowledge that 
he has acquired over the past few years. 

With his ring on his hand, he orders his diploma. Dur- 
ing the year job interviews are held, and the first steps 
toward the future are made. 

As the Clemson graduate walks down the aisle in cap 
and gown with many friends and relatives proudly stand- 
ing by, he realizes that his Clemson days are over. He is 
leaving behind many meaningful things but through the 
things given to him by Clemson University he will be able 
to reach the goal that he desires. 











BUTCH DRAKEFORD 
President 



JIMMY PADGETT 
Secretary 



JACK ERTER 
Vice-President 



BENNY WILLIAMS 
Treasurer 



WILLIAM H. WILEY, Dean 




Agricultural and 
Biological Sciences 

The College of Agriculture and Biological Sci- 
ences at Clemson University stands out as one of 
the foremost in the nation. Being encompassed 
in a broad field, the College increases each year in 
the areas of research, education and public services. 

In it's widely expanding program the College 
places emphasis on the practical application of 
theory learned in class. Through experimentation 
agricultural and technological processes are con- 
ducted with many progressive accomplishments. 
The College participates each year in the Uni- 
versity Lecture Series in sponsoring one or two 
speakers a year. During summer it holds a train- 
ing prgoram for outstanding high school students 
ing program for outstanding high school students 
brought to United States by the Department of 
Agriculture and Agency for International De- 
velopment. 

Students enrolled in the College of Agriculture 
and Biological Sciences are offered graduate and 
undergraduate degrees in their specific curricu- 
lums enabling them to perform more readily and 
more conijietently in today's increasingly complex 
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AGRICULTURE 
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 

FURMAN H. ALEWINE .... Taylors, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 
KSN; Weight Lifting Club; Biological Sciences Club. 

JOHN A. BAKER Columbia, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 
PreVet Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, President 3; Block and 
Bridle Club 5: YMCA, Vice-President 3; KDX 3, 4, 5; YMCA 
Handbook 3. 

WILLIAM B. BALLARD .... Clinton, S. C. 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. 

DON A. BALLINGTON .... Lexington, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 
Block and Bridle Scholarship 3; Ralston Purina Scholarship 4; 
Alpha Zeta 3, 4; Block and Bridle Club, President 4. 

DONALD J. BARFIELD . . . Charleston, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 
Block "C" Club. 

JOHNNY W. BARFIELD .... Clemson, S. C. 

FORESTRY 
Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

HARRY G. BARKER Conway, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
Agricultural Economics Club 4; Beta Tau Sigma 1, 2. 

DAVID M. BARTLES Clemson, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 
Biology Club 3, 4; Young Republicans Club 3, 4; York County 
Club 4, President 4. 

JOHN A. BASS Helena, Ga. 

BIOLOGY 
APO 

JOSEPH M. BATES, JR Eastover, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
Agricultural Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 
4; AFROTC 3, 4; TAPS Junior Staff 2; NS 1, 2, 3, 4; Oak 
Haven Ravens 2, 3, 4. 

RONALD B. BEATSON Sumter, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 
Pre-Vet Club 1, 2: Block and Bridle Club 2, 3, 4; Ratmaster 
4; DMS 4. 

THOMAS E. BELL Orangeburg, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

■ LOUISE R. BERRA Clemson, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

HOLMES P. BISHOP Taylors, 8. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
Agricultural Economics Club: Union County Club. 

SARAH J. BIERLEY Clemson, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 
Tiger 1; WSBF 1, 2, 3,4. 

THOMAS C. BISHOP Kingstree, S. C. 

AGRONOMY 



LAWRENCE W. BLAKELY . Simpsonville, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

STEVEN N. BLIHORDE .... Clemson, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
ASAE 

JOHN J. BRANTON .... Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 



FRANK W. BREAZEALE . 
- BIOLOGY 



Clemson, S. C. 



RANDALL E. BROOKS .... Columbia, S. C. 

FORESTRY 
Forestry Club 2, 3, 4, 5; NS 3, 4, 5, Pledge Master 4. 

ALLISON E. BROWN .... Kingstree, S. C. 

AGRICITI.TURAL ECONOMICS 
Sniith-DouKlas Scholarship 1. 2. 3, 4; Residence Court 3; 
Hii;h Court 4; SKE 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 

BOB L. BROWN Anderson, S. C. 

FOOD SCIENCE 
Food Science Club. 



GERALD I. CARLSON II . 

FORESTRY 
Forestry Club 1. 2, 3. 4. 



Chalkhill, Pa. 



AGRICULTURE 
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 



REBA L. CARROLL Beaufort, S. C. 

HORTICULTURE 
Hessie Marrah Thompson Horticultural Scholarship 2, 3, 4; 
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 4. 

WILSON C. CHILDERS . . . Great Falls, S. C. 

HORTICULTURE 
Block "C" Club; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Chester County Club. 

STEPHEN L. CHRYST Conway, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
KDX 1, 2, 3, 4. 



HUNTER L. CLARKSON . 

FORESTRY 
Forestry Club; Block "C" Club. 



Columbia, S. C. 



ASHLEY D. CLEMMONS H . Jacksonville, Fla. 

HORTICULTURE 
Horticulture Club. 

WILLIAM G. COLEMAN, JR. . Darlington, S. C. 

FORESTRY 
Gamma Sigma Delta 3, 4; Xi Sigma Pi, President 4; Alpha 
Zeta 3, 4; SAME; Forestry Club, Secretary 4. 

CLYDE R. CONE Ridge Spring, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 
ASAS Award 3; Block and Bridle Club 3, 4. 

GEORGE R. CORNWELL . . . Lattimore, N. C. 

DAIRY SCIENCE 



JEFFREY E. COWLES . . . Silver Spring, Md. 

FORESTRY 
Xi Sigma Pi 3, 4; SAF 4; Forestry Club 3, 4. 

G. R. CREECH Charleston, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

JAMES W. CREECH Blackville, S. C. 

FORESTRY 
Sertonia Scholarship 1; Forestry Club 2, 3, 4; AFROTC 3, 4. 

ROBERT M. GULP Inman, S. C. 

HORTICULTURE 



PEDRO M. DARRADO .... Clemson, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

RICHARD P. DELLINGER . . . Marion, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 
Honors Program 1; Dean's List 2; Athletic Award; Alpha Zeta 
3. 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Hall Monitor 3; Hall Supervisor 
4; Ratmaster 3, 4; Scuba Club 1, 2; Young Republicans Club 
1, 2; Tiger Staff 3, 4; TAPS Junior Staff 3. 

REMBERT C. DuBOSE . . . Ridge Spring, S. C. 

HORTICULTURE 
South Carolina Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Scholarship 3; Hor- 
ticulture Club 2. 



TRISTAN A. DuBOSE .... 

HORTICULTURE 
Horticulture Club 2. 



Monetta, S. C. 



EDDIE C. DuRANT, JR Sumter, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 
NS; Senior Senate. 

DANIEL A. DURFOS .... Fair Lawn, N. J. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

JOSEPH R. DYSON Washington, Ga. 

AGRONOMY 

DAVID G. EBENHACK Aiken, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 

PAMELA J. ELY Narberth, Pa. 

ZOOLOGY 
University Singers; Women's Glee Club. 

DAVID E. EPPS, JR St. George, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
ROTC 3, 4; Agricultural Economics Club 3, 4; Dorchester 
Coimty Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

PHILIP O. EPPS Clemson, S. C. 

FORESTRY 
SAF 3, 4; Forestry Club 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2. 3, 4. 

ROBERT H. FORD Great Falls, S. C. 

FORESTRY 
Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chester County Club 1, 2, 4. 




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AGRICULTURE 
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 

PETER L. FOSKY Princeton, N. J. 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICCLTCRE 
Horticulture Club 2, 3, 4. 

EDMUND G.FRAMPTON, JR. . Georgetown, S. C. 

FORESTRV 
XS, President 4; IFC 4. 

RUSSELL E. FRANCIS .... Neptune, N. J. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 
Block and Bridle Club ->, 3. 4; APO 2, 3. 4; Young Republicans 
3, 4. 

ROBERT P. GAMBRELL .... Seneca, S. C. 

AGRONOMY 
Agronomy Club. 

FRED J. GASSAWAY Donalds, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
Sears-Roebuck & Co. Scholarship 1, 2; Esso 4-H Scholarship 1; 
.\rndt Carolina Cooperator Scholarship 4; Alpha Zeta 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; Agricultural Economics Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 3; Men's Residence Court 3; High Court 4; 4-H Club 1, 

2, 3, 4, President 2; Alpha Gamma 2, 3, 4. Historian 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Clemson Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC 3, 4; BSU I, 2. 

3. 4. 

TERRY C. GLENN .Anderson, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

AUBREY J. GORE Conway, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 
SKE; Block "C" Club. 

ROBERT A. GRAHAM Gretha, La. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
DPK 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 3. President 4; Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 

' BARBARA A. GRANT Clemson, S. C. 

DIETETICS 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; BSU. 

TOHN L. HAIR Clemson, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

lAMES H. HAMMOND .... Anderson. S. C. 
FOOD SCIENCE 

EUGENE T. HANDEGAN . . Walterboro, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
KDX. 

« A. P. HANE. JR Ft. Motte, S. C. 

AGRONOMY 

STILES M. HARPER, JR Estill, S. C. 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 

GEORGE C. HENLEY Cheraw, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 

DAVID L. HILSMAN Atlanta. Ga. 

ZOOLOGY 
Soccer Club 1, 2, 3. 

• VAN B. HOFFMAN Cayce, S. C. 

FORESTRY 

WILLIAM R. HOLLAND . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

SAZ 1. 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3; TAPS Junior Staff 2; CDA 
Junior Staff 3. 

PAUL M. HORTON Clemson, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 

DAVID A. HUCKABAY .... Huntsville, .\la. 

AGRONOMY 
AKronomy Club 1, 2. 3. 4; AG 3. 4. 

• HUGH L. HUGGINS .... Hemingway, S. C. 

AGRICl'LTURAL ECONOMICS 

Agricultural Economics Club. 

GEORGE D. HUNTER. JR. . . W. Union, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

lAMES T. HUNTER Charlotte, N. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

RUDDY L. HUGHES Clemson, S. C. 

POULTRY SCIENCE 
.\nimal Science Award; Poultry Science Club; Alpha Zeta. 



AGRICULTURE 
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 

WILLIAM E. JACKSON, JR. . . . Sumter, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

DAVID J. JONES, JR Columbia, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

DERYL C. KEESE . . : . . Westminster, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

CURTIS C. KIMBRELL Sumter, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
Student Senate 1 ; NS. 

JOHN E. KNEECE Monetta, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 
Gamma Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3; Arnold Air Society 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; BSU. 

JAMES M. KNIGHT Angelus, S. C. 

FORESTRY 
Xi Sigma Pi 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; SAP 3, 4; SAME 3, 4. 

JOHN D. KOCH Jenkintown, Pa. 

FORESTRY 
Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

FRANK KOSTYRA Nutley, N. J. 

FORESTRY 
Forestry Club 5; Dorm Supervisor 2; Newman Club 2; 
Chronicle Staff. 

WILLIAM F. KREBS III . . . Picayune, Miss. 
ZOOLOGY 

LEON H. LANGLEY, JR. . . . Darlington, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
SAZ 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOHN A. LEHECKA Rock Hill, S. C. 

AGRONOMY 
Gilbert H. Collings Memorial Scholarship 3, 4; AFROTC 
Commanders Award 4; Agronomy Club; Arnold Air Society; 
Fencing Club; Dixie Sky-Divers. 

MICHAEL W. LEONARD . Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

FORESTRY 
Forestry Club. 

■ ARCHIE J. LEWIS McCormick, S. C. 

HORTICL^LTURE 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Sigma Delta 4; Alpha Zetai 2, 
3, 4; Horticulture Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Co-Editor 
Horticiiltitre Collegiate Xewslelter, 1967. 

ALLAN B. LITTLE, JR Charlotte, N. C. 

FORESTRY 

ROBERT L. LITTLE Naples, Fla. 

FORF.STRY 
Forestry Club 4, 5; Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Rifle Club 1, 2, 
3, 4. ^. 

LARRY E. LONG Central, S. C. 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

« JOHN D. LYLE Walhalla, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 
APO 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 4; Young Republicans 3. 

RONALD A. McDANIEL .... Clemson, S. C. 
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 

JAMES N. McGILL Anderson, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 
Block and Bridle Club 3, 4. 

JACOB L. McLEOD Manning, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

• McGregor S. MACFIE .... Brevard, N. C. 
FORESTRY 
Forestry Club. 

G. JOHNNY MARCINKO .... Marietta, Ga. 

ZOOLOGY 
Scuba Club; Swim Team. 

ANNA K. MARTIN . . . North Charleston, S. C. 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 
Horticulture Club. 

DALE MARTIN Augusta, Ga. 

FORESTRY 
Forestry Clul). 




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BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 

DAVID R. MARTIN, JR. . West Columbia, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

WAYNE MASS Greenville, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4; Weight Lifting Club 2, 3, 4; Football 
1, 2. 3, 4; AU-ACC 3. 4; All-State 3, 4; All-State Second 
Team 2; All-ACC Scholastic 3; AIl-American Scholastic, Third 
Team 3; Coachs' All- American First Team 3; UPI Ail-Ameri- 
can Second Team 3; AP AIl-American Second Team 3; 
Agricultural Economics Club 2, 3, 4. 

ROBERT T. MERRITT Easley, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 
Block and Bridle Award 3 ; Block and Bridle Club. 

BRENDA D. MERCK Greenville, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; House Council 3, 4. 

CHARLES W. MIMS Greenville, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

JOSEPH P. MIZZELL, JR. . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 
KDX. 

HENRY P. MOORE Orangeburg, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 
Block "C" Club. 

LARRY L. NAZRY Columbia, S. C. 

NATURAL SCIENCES 

MITCHELL O. NEWTON .... Sumter, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

WILLIAM O. J. NOFFZ . . . Ninety Six, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

DONALD W. ODOM Columbia, S. C. 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

JESSE E. OWENS Clinton, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 

' STEPHEN PAULASEK, JR. . . Anderson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

RICHARD T. PIMLOTT .... Trenton, N.J. 

FORESTRY 
SAF: Soccer Club; Forestry Club. 

RICHARD R. POHL Cornwall, N. Y. 

NATURAL SCIENCES 

JOHN L. PORCHER . . . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

FORESTRY 
Pershing Rifles 2; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3. 

■ ROBERT J. PERSAK Millbrook, N. Y. 

BIOLOGY 

APO I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 4. 

JAMES J. POLAND Pittsburgh, Pa. 

ZOOLOGY 
AFROTC 3, 4; Block "C" Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1; FCA 2, 3, 4. 

ARTHUR L. POPE Hemingway, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 
Scabbard and Blade 3, 4. 

STEVE A. QUINN Willford, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 
Block and Bridle Club 2, 3, 4. 

■ JEFFERY K. RANDEL .... Clemson, S. C. 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

EDGAR L. READY Johnston, S. C. 

AGRONOMY 
Agronomy Club 3, 4; Tiger Band 1, 2. 

CHARLES D. RIDDLE . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 
Delta Sigma Nu; Biology Club 4. 

HERBERT E. RIDDLE, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 
Pre-Vet Club. 



AGRICULTURE 
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 

TERESA C. RITCHIE . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; SBX 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Light 
Brigade 1, 2, Commander 2. 

JAY C. RIVERS Chesterfield, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Agricultural Economics Club, Secretary; NS 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BILL D. ROEBUCK Clemson, S. C. 

FOOD SCIENCE 
Alpha Zeta. 

JOHN C. ROGERS Lake View, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
4-H Scholarship: Agricultural Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Kappa Delta Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Social Chairman 4; AFROTC 3, 4. 

PHILIP A. ROYCE Norwood, N. Y. 

FORESTRY 
Xi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Tiger Band 2, 3, 4; Forestry Club 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4. 

MARVIN L. SANDERS . . Moncks Corner, S. C. 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 
Mu Beta Psi 2, 3, 4, 5; Horticulture Club 3, 4, 5; HSU 1, 2; 
Tiger Band 1, 2, 3. 

WILLIAM W. SATCHER . North Augusta, S. C. 

FORESTRY 
Tiger Staff 1; Forestry Club. 

CLAUDE W. SATTERWHITE . Newberry, S. C. 

DAIRY SCIENCE 
Coburg Dairy Scholarship; 4-H Field Crops Scholarship; 
ADSA, Vice-President 1. 

' JESSE D. SCOTT, JR Greenville, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 

RICHARD A. SCROGGS . . . Hayesville, N. C. 
DAIRY SCIENCE 

JULIAN R. SHOCKLEY, JR. . Spartanburg, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 
Arnold Air Society; Glee Club; Young Republicans Club; Alpha 
Zeta; FIP. 

PETER E. SHUMWAY .... Clemson, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 
Block and Bridle Club. 

' WILLIAM E. SOUTHARD . . . Abbeville, S. C. 
FORESTRY 
Forestry Club. 

JACK R. STANG Independence, Ohio 

HORTICULTURE 
Alpha Zeta Award 4; Gamma Sigma Delta Sophomore "Award 
2; Gamma Sigma Delta Senior Award; Alpha Zeta 3. 4; 
Gamma Sigma Delta 4; Horticulture Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4. 

ROBERT W. STEER. TR, . . . Ninety Six, S. C. 

DAIRY SCIENCE 
Alpha Gamma; Alpha Zeta; Dairy Club. 

STANLEY M. STRICKLAND . Spartanburg, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

' BENJAMIN N. STUCKEY . . . Nesmith, S. C. 

AGRONOMY 

FRANK T. SUBER Whitmire, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

JOHN F. SUBER Holly Hill, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 
Scuba Club. 

HENRY G. SULLIVAN, JR. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

> MICHAEL D. SULLIVAN . . . Ardsley, N. Y. 
ZOOLOGY 
Pre- Vet Club 1, 2; Newman Club I, 2, 3. 

JOSEPH G. SURSAVAGE, JR. . . Andrews, N. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
Football 1. 2, 3, 4, All-ACC 2, 3, 4; All-State 2, 3, 4; All- 
American Honorable Mention 2, 3, 4; Tiger Brotherhood 3, 4; 
FCA 2, 3. 4; Block "C" Club 2. 3, 4: Weight Lifting Club 3, 
4; Agricultural Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Agricultural Education 
Club 2, 3. 

EDWARD W. TALBOT .... Salisbury, N. C. 

DAIRY SCIENCE 
Dairy Club 2. 

JOSEPH S. TYSON Charleston, S. C. 

FORESTRY 
Alpha Zeta; SKE; Forestry Club. 






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BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 

■ PATRICIA M. VALLENTINE . . Clemson, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENXE 
Block and Bridle Club Junior Scholarship 4; Block and Bridle 
Club 2, 3, 4, 5; OZT 2, 3. 

FLOURNOY C.WALKER III . N. Charleston, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 
SKE; Scuba Club. 

LARRY S. WALKER Greenville, S. C. 

FORESTRY 
Xi Sigma Pi 3, 4, Secretary 4; Gamma Sigma Delta 3, 4; 
Forestry Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: SAP 3. 4. 

JIMMY S. WEAVER Florence, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

' KARL E. WEINGARTNER . . New York, N. Y. 
FOOD SCIENCE 

WILKIE W. WHALEY, JR. . . . Marion, S. C. 

AGRONOMY 
RAZ 1. 2, 3, 4. 

CHARLES G. WHITE .... Greenwood, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 
BSl'; Alpha Gamma; Student Senate 4; AFROTC. 

FRANK W. WHITE Troy, S. C. 

FORESTRY 
,Xi Sigma Pi 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer 4; Forestry Club 1, 2, 
3. 4, Secretary 4. 

' THOMAS G. WILSON Sumter, S. C. 

ENTOMOLOGY 

HENRY D. YONCE Trenton, S. C. 

AGRONOMY 
Agronomy Club. 

JOHN C. YOUNG New York, N. Y. 

ZOOLOGY 

JAMES H. ZEIGLER Columbia, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 






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HARLAN E. McCLURE, Dean 




Architecture 



The College of Architecture has as its main 
objective the improvement of our society's apfjear- 
ance and efficiency by producing young men and 
women who are well trained in the principles of 
function, structure, design and beauty. 

The curriculum of the Clemson architecture stu- 
dent is unique in that it requires a background of 
social sciences and math. In the labs the students 
are encouraged to express their own ideas and are 
also taught to apply theory to the design problem. 

In the first year the architecture student makes 
a choice between architecture and building con- 
struction. After three years he makes a choice 
between design and engineering. In his fifth year 
he plans a town and writes a thesis leading to a 
Bachelor of Arts degree. 

Throughout the year the student follows a 
schedule of lectures, field trips and exhibitions, all 
of which are designed to help broaden his scope 
of the fine arts. In the end the student of archi- 
tecture finally reaches a point where he will be 
capable of improving the world in which we live. 



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JAMES T. ALLEN Spartanburg, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Circle "K" Club; AIA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ROBERT B. ANDERSON .... Falmouth, Va. 
ARCHITECTURE 

GEORGE J. ANDREVE . . . Greensboro, N. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

WILLIAM B. BEAUCHENE . Summerville, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



RONALD F. BECK Winter Park, Fla. 

ARCHITECTURE 

NORMAN E. BELLO Clemson, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

ROBERT E. BERMAN .... Littletown, N. Y. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 2, 3, 4. 

FRED C. BICKSLER Clemson, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JOHN A. BLACKBURN . . . Kingsport, Tenn. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA; Fencing Club; Tau Sigma Delta. 

JAMES M. BRITTAIN . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
SAZ 2, 3, 4. 

ERNEST C. BROWN, JR Sumter, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JACK W. BURGESS Cleveland, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JOSE R. CABAN San Sebastian, P. R. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 2, 3, 4; ISA 1, 2, 3; Newman Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 

ROBERT L. CARIGATO . . . Plainview, N. Y. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Fencing Club 4, 5; Little Theatre 3, 4, 5; Fine Arts Film 
Club, Secretary 5. 

LOUIS C. CARPENTER . . . Waynesboro, Ga. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 2, 3, 4. 5. 

DAVID W. CECIL II ... . Spartanburg, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
PKD 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4. 



J. MICHAEL COBB Anderson. S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Tau Sigma Delta; AIA. 

CHARLES M. COMPTON . . . Lexington, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
KDX I, 2, 3, 4. 

RICHARD A. COMPTON . . Falls Church, Va. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Campus Crusade for Christ 3, 4; AIA; Tau Sigma Delta. 

LYNN G. CRAIG Clemson, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA; Chronicle. 

STEADE R. CRAIGO Bethesda, Md. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Voung Democrats; Sailing Club. 

CLARENCE W. CROCKER .... Union, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 2, 3; Union County Clemson Club. 

PETER J. DAVENPORT . . . Stratford, Conn. 
ARCHITECTURE 

HAROLD E. DAVIS, TR Clemson, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 



ARCHITECTURE 



' L. LINN DAY Wilmington, Del. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA, President 4; Tiger Band 1, 2; Mu Beta Psi 3, 4, 5. 

LANGDON H. DINKINS .... Sumter, S. C. 

BUILDING COXSTRUCTION 
Building Construction Club 2, 3; Young Republican Club 1,2. 

CECIL M. DRAKEFORD, JR. . . Sumter, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA; Numeral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Tiger 
Brotherhood 4; Blue Key; Vice-President of the Sophomore and 
Junior Class; Senior Class President; Freshman Court 2, 3; 
TAPS Junior Staff 2, Senior Staff 3, 4, Advertising Editor 3, 
Sports Editor 4; Who's Who. 

ANDRE G. FONTAINE .... Agawam, Mass. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA. 



GARY FRANCESCHI Vineland, N. J. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Sigma Delta 4; AIA 4. 

ROBERT D. FREY Lancaster, Pa. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



PATSY E. GALLIMORE . . . 

ARCHITECTURE 



Newton, N. C. 
Orm Hill, Md. 



HENRY A. GARBLEMAN . . 

ARCHITECTURE 
Young Democrats 3, 4, 5, Secretary-Treasurer 4; APO 1, 2, 
3, 4, 5; YMCA Council 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 4; SCSCA 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary-Treasurer 5. 



RONALD W. GARNER Gaffney, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
AIA 1. 

ASA S. GODBOLD Florence, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

HARRY B. GOFORTH, JR. . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA; Fencing Club; Clemson Players. 



DONALD E. GOLIGHTLY . . 

ARCHITECTURE 

KDX; AIA. 



Columbia, S. C. 



JOHN M. GRAHAM Columbia, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
SAZ; AIA; Circle "K" Club; TAPS Junior Staff 4. 

HARRY HARRITOS Savannah, Ga. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Numeral Society. Pledge Master; AIA. 

JOHN A. HARTLEY Clemson, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
DKA 4; AIA; Christian Science Organization, President 4, 
Treasurer 5. 

MARK E. HASSLINGER . . College Park, Md. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA; Phi Eta Sigma; Sailing Club; TAPS Senior Staff 4. 



JOHN A. HEMPHILL .... Charlotte, N. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
DK.-\; Christian Science Organization; AIA. 

TOMMY C. HIPP Spartanburg, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 3, 4; Counter Guerrillas. 

HORACE R. HOPPER . . North Augusta, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

SALLIE M. JACKSON . . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
SBX 3, 4; TAPS Junior Staff 3. 



ARTHUR C. JENKINS . . . Fayetteville, N. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
DKA 2, 3, 4; AIA; YMCA 2, 3, 4; CDA Junior Staff 2; 
TAPS Junior Staff 3; Hall Monitor 2; Hall Supervisor 2. 3, 
4; Freshman Class President; Student Government, Guilford 
College 

MORELLE C. JONES .... Charleston, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

WILLIAM B. KAURIC .... Columbia, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
APO 1, 2. 3, 4; AIA; Newman Club; Fencing Club 2, 3, 4. 

LARRY R. KENDALL Clemson, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 




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WILLIAM D. KELLY, JR Camden, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA. 

BARRY R. KORETZ Brockton, Mass. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 1. 2. 3, 4; Hillel-Brandeis 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. 

JOHN B. LAFOY Greenville, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
TAPS Junior Staflf 3; Weight Lifting Club 2, 3, 4. 

H. E. LEE Berkeley, W. Va. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA; Newman Club; TAPS Photographer 1; Fencing Club. 

JAMES C. LEN Wallington, N. J. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Fine Arts Film Club; Clemson Little Theatre; AIA. 

PAUL F. LEVINE Kensington, Md. 

ARCHITECTURE 

AIA; Chronicle Staff. 

ARTHUR J. LIDSKY .... New York, N. Y. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Fine Arts Film Club; Fencing Club; AIA; TAPS StaiT 5; 
Clemson Little Theatre 4, 5; National Foundation of the Arts 
Travel Committee. 

JOHN M. LINEBERGER . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

ROBERT C. LONDON .... Johnson City, Pa. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA; Tau Sigma Delta; The Chronicle Staff; Clemson Little 
Theatre. 

THURSTON H. McDANIEL . . . Seneca, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JOHN E. MANN Clemson. S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 2, 3, 4; Newman Club. 

FRANK W. MONDELL, JR. . . Washington, D. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

PAUL A. MORRIS Omeida, N. Y. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 1, 2, 3. 4, Secretary 3; Gamma Alpha Mu 2, 3, 4; 
University Fine Arts Committee; The Chronicle Staff 2, 3, 4, 
Editor J, 4. 

RUSSELL H. MORSE .... Turtle Creek, Pa. 
ARCHITECTURE 

Newman Club. 

THOMAS C. MOZEN Decatur, Ga. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AI.\ 2, 3. 4; Fencing Club 3; The Chronicle Staff 3, 4; 
Honors 1; J. E. Pinckney Award; The Clemson Players 2; 
Fine Arts Film Club. 

DAVID L. NARRAMORE . . . Greenville, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Numeral Society 1. 2. 3, 4, 5; AIA 4; Men's Residence Court 
3; High Court 4; TAPS Junior Staff 3. 

' DENNIS M. NIECHNIK .... Trenton, N. J. 
ARCHITECTURE 

Newman Club; AIA. 

RICHARD L. NYGARD Duluth, Minn. 

ARCHITECTURE 
SAZ 2. i. 4, 4; AIA. 

WILLIAM H. O'CAIN . . Hendersonville, N. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
SAZ 2. 3, 4; AI.\ 4. 

ORVILLE V. PLAYER III . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

■ WARREN T. PLAYER Sumter, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

RICHARD L. POWELL .... Anderson, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 2. 3. 4, 5; Clemson Aero Club 4; Sailing Club 4. 

FREDERICK G. REHM III . . . Camden, S. C. 
Rl'ILDlNG CONSTRUCTION 

KSN 1. 2. 3. 4. 

KENNETH T. RICKET .... Greenville, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 2, 



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ARCHITECTURE 

' BENJAMIN T. ROOK Newberry, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
DKA 5; Gamma Beta Phi 2, 3; AIA 2, 3, 4, 5; Tigerama 2, 3; 
Junior Follies 3. 

HARRON E. RUDISILL .... Denver, N. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Newman Club 3, 4, 5; Chronicle Staff 2, 3, 4; AIA. 

DON A. RUPERT Cincinnati, Ohio 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

THOMAS W. SALMONS III . . Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

JAMES SCHETTINO Norwalk, Conn. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Karate Club 1; AIA 1. 

MARGARET SEAY Columbia, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
SBX 2, 3, 4; ISC 3; WSA 4; ISA 2, 3, 4; AIA 2, 3. 4; 
Honors 1; Presbyterian Students Association: TAPS Junior 
Staff 2; Women's Residence Court 2, Chairman 3; High Court 
4; Who's Who. 

DONALD A. SEBASTIAN . . Washington, D. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

FAYETTE L. SIMS Hartsville, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Fencing Club; AIA 3, 4. 

WILLIAM N. SKARDON . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Canterbury Club; AIA. 

LLEWELLYN R. STEPHENS . . Reading, Pa. 

ARCHITECTURE 

JOHN C. STEWART Greenville, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
Numeral Society 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM A. STUCKEY, JR. . . Columbia, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
Men's Residence Court 3; Numeral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice- 
President 3; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. 

LARRY C. TAYLOR .... Johnsonville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

AIA 1,2, 3. 

TED H. TAYLOR Central, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 2, 3. 4, 5, Treasurer 4; Rudolph E. Lee Award 3. 

DONALD K. TERRY .... Ridgewood, N. J. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 

JOSEPH A. TODD, JR. . . Pigeon Forge, Tenn. 
ARCHITECTURE 

AIA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

■ LEROY R. TURNER Greenville, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
KD.X 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Freshman Golf Team; TAPS Junior Staff 
2, Co-Organizations Editor 3, Feature Editor 4. 

SVENN ULVEDAL Stamford, Conn. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 2, 3, 5. 

HAROLD C. VOGEL Elizabeth, N. J. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

WILLIAM J. WALDRON .... Valdosta, Ga. 
ARCHITECTURE 

' J. F. WATKINS Clemson, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

DONALD B. WATSON . . . Charleston, S. C. 
ARCHITECTLTRE 

JANE BAILEY WATSON . . Charleston, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

KENNETH WHELCHEL .... Gaffney, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 
AIA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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MARCIA P. WILSON .... Sweet Briar, Va. 
ARCHITECTURE 

WAYLON WILSON Charleston, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JAMES A. YARBOROUGH .... Miami, Fla. 
ARCHITECTURE 

D. B. YOUNG Charleston, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 




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HOWARD L. HUNTER, Dean 



Arts and Science 

Since the awarding of the first Bachelor of Arts 
degrees in 1963, the College of Arts and Sciences 
has progressively graduated to increasing heights, 
both in the number of graduates and in the curri- 
culums offered. Today there are eight major con- 
centrations offered in the Arts and Sciences lead- 
ing to the Bachelor of Arts degree. Students may 
base their study in any of the fields covering 
Chemistry, Physics, English, Geology, History, 
Mathematics, Modern Languages and Sociology. 
In keeping with it's growing tradition, Psychology 
will be offered as a major field of concentration 
in the coming year. 

Although the primary purpose of an Arts and 
Sciences education is for a broad general learning 
to help in becoming a more active citizen, it 
also provides an excellent background for further 
education in such fields as Law, Business, and 
Journalism. 

The student in Arts and Sciences is striving to 
become rounded in a better rounded world. 





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JAMES H. ABERCROMBIE . . Charlotte, N. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Glee Club. 

BRENDA GAIL ADDIS .... Walhalla, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
WSA 4; ISC, Secretary 4; Dorm President 4; House Council 
President 4; Hall Monitor 3; SBX 3, 4. 

ANTHONY W. ALDEBOL . . Greenville, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Arnold Air Society 2, 3, 4, Commander 4; YMCA 1,2; Young 
Republicans 2, 3, 4. 

BARBARA A. ALVERSON .... Pelzer, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
John D. Lane English Scholarship 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; 
Calhoun Literary Society 3, 4; Education Club 2; Light Bri- 
gade 1, 2; 4-H Club 1,2; BSU I, 2. 

■JANEH. AMICK Orangeburg, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Gamma Beta Phi 2. 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Sigma Tau 
Epsilon 3, 4; Spanish Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 
3, 4; Clemson Players 3. 4; WSBF 1, 2; Glee Club 4; LSA 1. 

LELAND E. ANDERSON .... Clemson, S. C. 

GEOLOGY 

SKE 3, 4; Pershing Rifles 2, 3. 

WILLIAM D. ANDERSON . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
PKD. 

JOSEPH L. AVANT Charleston, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4, President 4; 
High Court Attorney 4; Beta Sigma Chi 3, 4, Treasurer 4; 
BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Charleston County Club. 

« WILLIAM A. AXSON Seneca, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Delta Sigma Nu. 

GLENN W. AYERS Turtle Creek, Pa. 

HISTORY 

JULIUS W. BABB Greenwood, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

Football 1. 2, 3, 4; FCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

GORDON L. BAILES, JR. . . Greenwood, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
American Legion Medal; PHE 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 

2, i. A; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Newtonian Society 3, 4; West- 
minster Fellowship 1, 2, 3; Greenwood County Club 1, 2. 

• JAMES E. BARBARY . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
PKD 3, 4, 5; Tiger Brotherhood 3 4, 5; Block "C" Club 3, 4, 
S, Vice-President 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOSEPH J. BECK Johnson City, N. Y. 

HISTORY 
Newman Club. 

RICHARD C. BELL Littleton, Colo. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Delta Sigma Nu 3, 4; Pre-Law Society 4; Freshman Class 
Treasurer; PKD 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 3. 4; Newman Club; 
TAPS Junior Staff 3; Tiger Staff 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football 1. 3. 

RICHARD D. BERKLAND .... York, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
WSBF; York County Club. 

• JOEL E. BENSE Barrington, R. I. 

SOCIOLOGY 
Gamma Alpha Mu, President; Hall Supervisor 3, 4; Circle "K" 

3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chronicle Staff 3. 4;Tiger Staff 
4; Football 1; Track 1. 

EDWARD D. BIGGERSTAFF III Charleston, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
ROTC Scholarship; Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf-4 ; 
Hall Counselor 3, 4; WSBF 2, 3, 4; Tiger Staff 3, 4; Junior 
Follies 2, 3. 4. 

RALPH J. BISHOP Piedmont, S. C. 

HISTORY 

PAUL S. BOBINSKI Darien, Conn. 

PRE-DENTISTRY 
Delta Sigma Nu; Fencing Club. 

• WILLIAM S. BREWER Belton, S. C. 

PRE MEDICINE 
APO 

DAVID M. W. BROWN .... Stevcnsburg, Va. 

MODERN LANGUAGES 
SAME 2, 3. 4; Advanced ROTC. 

A. B. BURCHSTEAD, JR. . . . Reidsville, S. C. 

SOCIOLOGY 
C.anmia Beta Phi; Calhoun Foren^ic Society, Secretary; Young 
Denu.crats 2. 3, 4, .S. Prcsiilent 3. 4; Debate Team. 

RICHARD C- BURGESS .... Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY 
APO. 



ARTS & SCIENCES 



DAVID L. G. BURNELL .... Clemson, S. C. 
PHYSICS 

MONROE S. BUSCH Columbia, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Mu Beta Psi, Vice-President 4; Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Band 1, 2. 

MARVIN J. CAUGHMAN . . . Columbia, S. C. 

HISTORY 
Freshman Class President Student Senate 3; NSA 3; NS 1, 
2, 3, 4; CDA 3, 4. 

WILLIAM E. CHANDLER . . Greenville, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 



CLARENCE N. CHANNELL, JR. War. Robins, Ga. 

HISTORY 

PHILIP A. CHOVAN .... Greenwood, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Drill Team 1; Pershing Rifles 2; Canterbury Club 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM B. CLARK III . . . Clemson, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2. 3, 4; SAZ 1, 2, 3, 
4; Delta Sigma Nu 2, 4 ; York County Club 2, 3, 4. 

CURTIS C. CLINKSCALES III . Greenville, S. C. 

HISTORY 
Young Republicans Club 1, 2. 3, 4, President 2; Gamma 
Omega Phi 2, 3. 4; AG 2, 3. 4; Arnold Air Society 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 3. 4. 



EARL S. COHEN Pittsburgh, Pa. 

ENGLISH 
Gamma Beta Phi 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Sigma Tau Epsilon; SAM 
2; Pre-Law Society 3, 4; Central Spirit Committee 4; Hillel- 
Brandeis I, 2, 3, 4; FCA 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer A; Baseball 
1, 2, 3; Block "C" Club 3, 4. 

STEVE G. COLLINS Laurens, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
KSX. 

ROBERT W. COMER Union, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

ARLAND H. COMPTON, JR. . . Sumter, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Mu Beta Psi 2, 3, 4; 
Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

EVERETT G. CRAIG Lancaster, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
KSN 4; Young Republicans 3; APO 3; NEA 3, 4. 

JULIE D. CRAIG Washington, D. C. 

ENGLISH 
Phi Kappa Phi; Eigma Tau Epsilon; ATA; Chronicle Staff, 
Business Editor. 

LARRY R. GRAIN Westminster, S. C. 

HISTORY 

NORMAN D. GRAIN .... Westminster, S. C. 
HISTORY 

' RICHARD L. DALES Columbia, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

RICHARD D. DAVIS Inman, S. C. 

PRE-DENTISTRY 
Chicago Tribune Gold Medal Award 3; Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 
3; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 4. 

V. X. DEEK Gump, Fla. 

ENGLISH 

GARY A. DEFOSTER Syracuse, N. Y. 

MATHEMATICS 
ACM 3, 4; Nc«man Club 3, 4. 

' JAMES D. DICK Baltimore, Md. 

PRE MEDICINE 
Delta Sigma Nu 2. 3; Wesley Foundation 1. 2. 

MICHAEL E. DONALD Seneca, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

JOHN B. DOZIER Florence, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

JAMES P. DRISCOLL Easley, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 
Newman Club I, 2; ACS 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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NINA H. DULIN Columbia, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Miss Clemson University 2; Trustees Medal 3; Honorary Cadet 
Major 2; SKE Sweetheart 1; Scabbard and Blade Sweetheart 
2; Honor Roll 3; Calhoun Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 1. President 2, i; Clemson Players 2. 3, Secretary 2; 
Central Spirit Committee 3; Ratmaster 4; Wesley Foundation 
1 ; Cheerleader 1 ; Tigerama Chairman 2. 

KEVIN J. DYKE Alexandria, Va. 

ENGLISH 

DYNVA C. EDENS Sumter, S. C. 

FRENCH 
Tiger Band 1. 2, 3. 4, Majorette; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BARRY R. EDWARDS .... Greenwood, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 
R. O. Hull Scholarship 4; Chemistry Faculty Award 2; Mark 
Bernard Hardin Prize in Chemistry 3; Reserve Officers Associ- 
ation Award 3; Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; ACS 2, 3, 4, President 4; Student 
Senate 3; Blue Key 4, Secretary 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; 
BSU 1. 2, 3, 4; Tiger Band 1, 2. 3, 4. 

WILLIE T. EVATT, JR Easley, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

ROBERT N. EWELL Greenville, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Honors Program 1, 2, 3: Newtonian Society 3, 4, President 4; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Advanced ROTC. 

EDWIN A. FARNELL Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY 
Pershing Rifles 4. 

P. DOUGLAS FERNANDEZ . Englewood, N. J. 

PREMEDICINE 

JAMES A. FINLEY Laurens, S. C. 

HISTORY 

JAMES C. FLOYD Georgetown, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

JOHN M. FLYNN Charleston, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

Circle "K" Club, Secretary 3, President 4. 

JAMES A. FOWLER .... Bennettsville, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Gamma Beta Phi 1, 2. 4; ROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Commander 
4; Titter Staff 1, 2; Tiger Band 1, 2, 3; Young Republicans I, 

2, 3. 

LINDA S. FOWLER Fort Lee, Va. 

ENGLISH 
BSU, Secretary 1; WSBF 1, 2, 3, 4; Tiger 1, 2, 4; Clemson 
Players 1. 

PEGGY G. FOWLER Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

lOHN W. FREEMAN .... Greenville, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Delta Sigma Nu 3, 4. 

RALPH W. FRENCH Clemson, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

JUANITA W. D. FRICK . . . Greenville, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
WSBF 1, 2; Rifle Club 2, 3; Clemson Players 2, 3, 4; Best 
Supporting Actress 3: Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Foreign Language 
Club 1 ; Young Republicans 2. 

ROBERT L. GARDNER Cheraw, 8. C. 

PHYSICS 
Chemical Rubber Co. Achievement Award 2; Honor Roll I, 2, 

3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1. 2, 3, 4, President 3; Sigma Pi Sigma 
3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 1. 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 2, President 3; Scuba Club 1; Young Repub- 
licans 1. 2, 3, 4. 

CLAUDE N. GARRETT . . . Waynesboro, N. C. 

HISTORY 
Circle "K" Club 3, 4; VMCA 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4. 

E. BECKY GEORGEO . . . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
OZT 1, 2. 3. 4. Secretary 2, Best Pledge 1, President 3. 
Scholarship Chairman 4; ISC 2. 3; Education Club 4; Dorm 
Secretary 2, 3; YMCA - 1 : TAPS 3, 4, Co-Organizations 
Editor 4. 

WILLIAM J. GESTRICH, JR. . . Seneca, S. C. 

MODERN LANGUAGES 
I.SA; Tiijer Staff; Clemson Players; Clemson Little Theatre; 
Glee Club; Fine Arts Film Cub. Treasurer. 

MARY SUE GIBERT Clemson, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Cheerleader I; WSA 3; DTX 1. 2, 3, Secretary 3; Light Bri- 
gade 1. 2; Commuters Club, Vice-President 3. President 1; 
Mixed Chorus 1. 

NELSON K. GIBSON Walhalla, S. C. 

HISTORY 
Block "C" Club 2; Baseball 3. 

JONATHAN C. GLEN .... Frogmore, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



ARTS & SCIENCES 



CATHERINE A. GOEBEL . . . Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
DPK Sweetheart 3; Newman Society 1, 2, 3, A; Commuters' 
Club 1,2, 3, 4. 

GARLAND G. GOODEN, JR. . N. Augusta, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Gamma Alpha Mu; Chronicle Staff. 

WALTER E. GOTT Summerton, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Pershing Rifles 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 3, 4. 

KENNETH B. GRACE, JR. . . Charleston, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
IEEE 2; Beta Sigma Chi; Charleston County Club 3, 4, 5, 
Vice-President 4, President 5; Advanced ROTC 3, 4; Tiger 
Band 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2. 



PHILIP H. GRANT Tampa, Fla. 

ENGLISH 
Pershing Rifles Silver Achievement Award 3; Scabbard and 
Blade 3. 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4: SAME 2. 3, 4; High 
Court Attorney 2; Pershing Rifle 2, 3, 4, Commander 4; 
APO 1. 

SUSAN W. GRAY Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY 

DAVID B. GREENE Greenville, S. C. 

PHYSICS 
R. F. Poole Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Phi Eta Sigma 1. 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Sigma Tau 
Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4; Soccer 1, 
2, 3, 4. 

ROBERT M. GUERRERI .... Six Mile, S. C. 

ENGLISH 



NORMA J. HAIRSTON .... Greenville, S. C. 
FRENCH 

KATHRYN S. HANNA . . . Greenwood, S. C. 

SOCIOLOGY 
OZT 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2; Wesley Foundation 2, 3. 

KATHY G. HARRELL Clemson, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

EMORY D. HASELDEN . . . Charleston, S. C. 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS 
ROTC 1. 2. 3, 4; Tiger Band 3, 4; Charleston County Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Sigma Chi, Treasurer 4. 

PATRICK R. HAWKINS Greer, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

RICHARD E. HEATH, JR. . . . Clemson, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

WAYNE H. HEATH Charleston, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
SKE. 

JAMES G. HENDERSON . . . Greenwood, S. C. 

HISTORY 
WSBF 2, 3; Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats. 



JOSEPH T. HINSON, JR. . . 

MATHEMATICS 



Jefferson, S. C. 



JOHN R. HOAG Dahlonega, Ga. 

ENGLISH 
Superior Cadet Ribbon 2, 3; Outstanding Non-Comraissioned 
Oflicer 3; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; SAME 2, 3, 4, Secretary 
3, 4; Student Chaplain 4; YMCA 4; Blue Key 4; Tiger 
Brotherhood 4; Brigade CO. 

CHARLES R. HOOK Manning, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4. 



M. ELIZABETH HUDSON . . 

MATHEMATICS 
DT.X; WSA; Newman Club, Secretary 2, 3; Light 



Seneca, S. C. 



Orangeburg, S. C. 



Charleston, W. Va. 



GEORGE M. HUGHES . . . 

CHEMISTRY 
ACS. 

MICHAEL A. INGLES . . . 

ENGLISH 

DIANE E. JACKS Simpsonville, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 
Glee Club; Canterbury Club; Education Club; ISA. 

JEFFREY A. JACKSINE . Ljubj ana, Yugoslavia 
ENGLISH 











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TERRY L. JACKSON Greenville, S. C. 

GEOLOGY 

Geology Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. 

ANDREW M. JACKSON . . Fairbanks, Alaska 
APPLIED MATHEMATICS 



WILLIAM G. JOHNSON . 

HISTORY 
Tiger Staff 1, 2, 3, Features Editor 3; TAPS Ji 



RAYMOND W. JONES, JR. . 

SOCIOLOGY 



Columbia, S. C. 

Staff 3. 

Anderson, S. C. 



PATSY J. KAMBHU Palmyra, Mo. 

ENGLISH 



ROBERT B. KAULAKIS . . 

ENGLISH 

Tiger Staff 3, 4; Senate 4; Calhoun Literary Society 3, 4. 



STANLEY R. KELLETT . . . 

MATHEMATICS 
PKD 2, 3, 4; CDA 3, 4. 



Chatham, N. J. 

i Society 3, 4. 
. Enoree, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 



CHARLES F. KELLEY .... 

PREDENTISTRY 
SAZ 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4; Tiger 
Brotherhood 3, 4. 



RICHARD P. KENT . . New Hyde Park, N. Y. 

SOCIOLOGY 
Canterbury Club I, 2, 3, 4. 

R. COYLE KERRIGAN .... Greenville, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Senate 1; Pershing Rifles \. 

DONNIE R. KING Seneca, S. C. 

PREMEDICINE 

MARY S. KING Marion, S. C. 

FRENCH 



BENJAMIN L.KNIGHTON, JR. . Woodruff, S. C. 
HISTORY 

ROBERT B. KNOWLES . . . Silver Spring, Md. 

ENGLISH 
WSBF. 

FRANK X. KUHN III ... . Springfield, Va. 
GEOLOGY 

GRAYSON P. LANE Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY 
AFROTC 3, 4; High Court Attorney 4. 

LINDA C. LAMBERT Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY 
CEW 3, 4, Vice-President 4; CMSW 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. 

ALDRIDGE Q. LANCE Havana, Cuba 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

JAMES M. LAWTON Greenville, S. C. 

HISTORY 
GOP 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Young Republicans 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 3. 

KATHLEEN E. LAWRENCE . . Liberty, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

■ J. KEITH LEE Charleston, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

TYRE D. LEE, JR Chester, S. C. 

HISTORY 
Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, 4, Fourth Regimental Headquarters 3, 
4, Assistant Head 3, Section Head 4; SAME 2, 3, 4; Hall 
Monitor 4; Rat Master 4; Chester County Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pershing Rifles Bronze Achievement Medal 4. 

CARL E. LIBBY Easley, S. C. 

PHYSICS 
AIP. 

HERBERT T. LITTLEJOHN . . Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Tiaer Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Staff 2, 3; Concert Band 1, 2, 
3, 4. Vice-President 3; PHS 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 3; STE 
3, 4; PKP 3. 4; University Honors and Awards Council 3; 
Tiger Staff; Highest Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; PHS Freshman Math 



ARTS & SCIENCES 

JAMES E. LOUGHRIDGE .... Ardmore, Pa. 

ENGLISH 

JAY R. LUNCEFORD Savannah, Ga. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
DPK. 

CARL M. LUND Birmingham, Mich. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Delta Sigma Nu 2. 3. 4, President 3, 4; Phi Kappa Delta 1, 2; 
BSU 1; Pershing Rifles 1; Glee Club 3, 4. 

LARRY H. McAMISH .... Greenwood, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 
ACS. 

WILLIAM J. McANINCH . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, Bronze Achievement Award 3, 
Commander 4. 

MARGARET E. McARTHUR . N. Augusta, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
YMCA 1 ; Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4. 

CAVERT K. McCORKLE .... Arlington, Va. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Honors Program 2, 3; Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 
3, 4, Treasurer 3; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; 
Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3. 4. Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4; Stu- 
dent Senate 3; High Court 4; SCSSL 3, 4; NSAC 3; TAPS 
Staff 2; Tiger Staff 1, 2, 3, Advertising Manager 3; SCCPA 
2,3. 

SYLVIA A. McENTYRE .... Cleveland, Ga. 

NURSING 

' AGNES E. McGOWAN Sumter, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Gamma Beta Phi 1 ; Women's Residence Court 3 ; Clemson 
Players 3, 4; Tiger Staff 1. 

SHERRY A. McKEE Greenwood, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Light Brigade; Sigma Tau Epsilon. 

THOMAS M. McKEVLIN . . . Charleston, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Newman Club. 

WADE H. MACFIE, JR. . . . Winnsboro, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

- MONTIE C. MARTIN Clemson, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

Cheerleader 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3. 4; Commuters' Club 2, 
3, 4; Education Association 2. 

KENNETH M. MATTISON . . . Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY 
Glee Club; Advanced AFROTC; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4. 

KATHRYN M. MEADOWCROFT . Pikesville, Md. 

HISTORY 
Hall Supervisor. 

BENJAMIN T. MICHAEL . . . Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 3, 4. 

•JOHN F. MILLER Marianna, Ark. 

HISTORY 
AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Scabbard and 
Blade 3, 4; Mu Beta Psi 3, -I; Central Spirit Committee 4; 
Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Commander and Band Master 4; Con- 
cert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Aero Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CHRISTEL S. MINOTTI .... Clemson, S. C. 
FRENCH 

ANDE S. MITCHELL Columbia, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Miss Clemson University 1; Newtonian Society 2, 3, 4; Phi 
Kappa Phi 3. 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Honors Program 1, 
2. 3; House Council 2, 3; SBX 2, 3, 4; Angel Flight 1; 
HillelBrandeis 1, 2; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 
1, 2, 3. 4. 

ROBERT O. MOFFAT Cheraw, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

• ALAN F. MOHRMANN Augusta, Ga. 

ENGLISH 

DONNA D. MOORE .... Bowling Green, Ky. 
SPANISH 

FRANK N. MORA III ... . San Juan, P. R. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
ISA, Vice-President; Newman Club 4; Clemson Players 1. 

STEPHEN J. MORRISON . . Charleston, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
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ROBERT W. MOSS, JR. . . . Charleston, S. C. 

PREMEDICINE 
Tang Soo Do Club 3. 

ROBERT D. MOYER Evans City, Pa. 

MATHEMATICS 
LSU 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Bowling Team 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 

2, 3, 4. 

TERENCE J. MULLIGAN . Upper Montclair, N. J. 
PREMEDICINE 

B. RHETT MYERS Pickens, S. C. 

PREMEDICINE 
Honors Program 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class Vice.President ; 
Junior Class Vice-President; Chairman High Court: NS 1, 2, 

3, 4: TAPS Staff 2, 3, 4, Advertising Manager 3; Cheerleader 
3; Who's Who. 

J. OWEN NEIGHBOURS .... Monkton, Md. 
GEOLOGY 

JOSEPH E. NETZEL Concord, N. H. 

ECONOMICS 
DPK. 

JOHN A. NEUFFER Clayton, N. Y. 

MATHEMATICS 

LARRY H. NOBLE Sa.xonburg, Pa. 

PHYSICS 
SAME 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; AIP 2, 3, 4, President 4; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4. 

BEVERLY R. NORRIS .... Gastonia, N. C. 

SPANISH 
Sigma Delta Pi; WSA 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; 
DT.X 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 3; ISC 4. 

CHARLES F. O'CAIN .... Orangeburg, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Honors Program 1, 2, 4; Sailing Club 2, 4. 

JAMES T. O'RILEY North, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Elks National Scholarship; Central Spirit Committee; Tiger 
Staff 3; Chronicle Staff 1. 

GEORGE D. ORR Clinton, S. C. 

PRE-DENTISTRY 
ROTC. 

■ JAMES C. OWENS Marion, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Honors Program 1; IEEE 1, 2; Young Republicans 2, 3, 4; 
Gamma Omega Phi 3, 4; Pre-L^w Society 2, 3; Tiger Staff 
3. 4. 

JAMES G. PADGETT Columbia, S. C. 

PRE-DENTISTRY 
Outstanding Leadership in Student Government Award 2, 4; 
PreMed Society 2; Treasurer Sophomore Class; Secretary 
Senior Class; NS 2, 3, 4; TAPS Staff 2; Basketball 1; 
Tigerama 2, 3, 4; AFROTC 3, 4. 

CHARLES H. PARKER . . North Augusta, S. C. 

HISTORY 
Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3. 4; Advanced ROTC 3, 4; BSU 1; 
Newman Club 4. 

MICHAEL Y. PATTERSON . . . Easley, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Weight Lifting Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chronicle Staff; Tiger Staff. 

' RICHARD A. PEDERSON . . . Alexandria, Va. 

ENGLISH 

LAWRENCE C. PEELE .... Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Phi Eta Sigma 1. 2. 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4. 

JAMES K. PHILLIPS III ... . Belton, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

EDWARD E. P. PINCKNEY . . Awendaw, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

' BENJAMIN C. PITMAN, JR. . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ENGLISH 
American Legion Military Excellence Award 3; Scabbard and 
made 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 2. 3, 4; Economics Club 3, 4; 
SAME 4; DPK 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Tiger Staff 2; Drill 
Team I. 

REECE E. POULTON Pittsburgh, Pa. 

ENGLISH 
Tiocr Staff 

PAULETTE F. PROCHASKA . . Clemson, S. C. 
FRENCH 

CARL W. PUCKHABER . . . Charleston, S. C. 
PRE PHARMACY 



ARTS & SCIENCES 



Blacksburg, S. C. 
New York, N. Y. 



KENNETH W. PUTMAN . . 
CHEMISTRY 

RANDOLPH A. RADKE . . . 
PRE-DEN'TISTRY 
Newman Club; Sailing Club. 

JULIUS D. RAMPEY Pickens, S. C. 

HISTORY 

\VILLL\M S. RAY Charleston, S. C. 

PREMEDICINE 
Delta Sigma Nu 4; BSX 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 3, 4. 



GARY S. RENWICK .... Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Beta Tau Sigma 3, 4; Tang Soo Do 3, 4. 

DANNY L. RHODES Rock Hill, S. C. 

FRENCH AND ENGLISH 
Hall Monitor 2; Hall Supervisor 3, 4; York County Clemson 
Club 2, 3; Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, Pledge Commander 3; 
Scabbard and Blade 4, Commanding Officer. 

ROBIN B. RHODES Sumter, S. C. 

PRE-DENTISTRY 
DeMolay Club 1, 2; Swimming 1, 2. 



MATHIAS B. RICHARDSON 
ENGLISH 

Tiger Staff 1, 4. 



Pendleton, S. C. 



EDWARD H. ROBERTSON . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
PREMEDICINE 

WALTER C. ROBINSON . . . Columbia, S. C. 
PRE-VETERINARY 

CAROL T. RODGERS Clemson, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
IM Auxiliary 3, Secretary 3; Calhoun Literary Society 3, 4; 
Young Democrats 4. 



CHARLES T. ROGERS . . 

ENGLISH 



Denmark, S. C. 



CLARK T. ROGERS . . North Charleston, S. C. 

HISTORY 
TAPS 4; Fencing Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. 

WILLIAM K. RUBENTUS . . Summerville, S. C. 

PREMEDICINE 
Swimming Team. 

ROBERT D. RUFFNER .... Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY 
Jacob's Blocking Trophy for S. C. 1 ; SEA; Block "C" Club 
2; Varsity Football 3, 4. 

DONALD L. SAIN Fort Mill, S. C. 

ENGLISH 



EVELYN A. SARKA Lansdale, Pa. 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS 
Newtonian Society, Treasurer 4; Tiger Business Staff, Business 
Manager 4. 

ANTHONY M. SCIALDONE . Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS 
Honors Program Certificate 2; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4; Newtonian Society 3, 4; Association for Comput- 
ing Machinery 3, 4; WSBF 1, 2, 3, 4, Chief Announcer 3; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Oemson Players 1. 2; Calhoun Literary 
Society 2. 

WILLIAM D. SHIRLEY . . . Williamston, S. C. 

HISTORY 
Track 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 4. 

DAVID L. SIBERT Atlanta, Ga. 

HISTORY 
Newman Club; Tennis Team 1, 2, 3. 

' BETTE SIMPSON Clemson, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

DONNA F. SIMPSON .... Westminster, S. C. 
PRE MEDICINE 

ALBERT R. SMARR Columbia, S. C. 

PRE MEDICINE 
Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3; Assistant Student Chaplain 3; APO 1, 
2, 3, 4. Secretary 3; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1; 
Glee Club 1; Track 2; Weight Lifting Club 3. 

DANIEL M. SMITH Edgefield, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Hall Monitor 3; Intramural Sports. 




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JAMES D. SMITH Belton, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

KSN 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 1, 2; Men's Chorus 2. 

JAMES R. SMITH Clemson, S. C. 

PHYSICS 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ROSTON M. SMITH, JR. . . . Anderson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Ways and Means Committee 2; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Honors 1, 3. 

WILLIAM F. SMITH .... Chesterfield, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Young Republicans 4; AATCC 1. 



PETER F. SNYDER Wayne, N. J. 

ENGLISH 

PSA, Treasurer 2; Tiger Staff 3; Fencing 3; Fine Arts Film 
Club 3. 

PHILIP H. STANLEY Hampton, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
KDX 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CHARLES E. STEVENSON . . . Jackson, N. J. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4 ; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Tiger Staff 3, 
4; Fencing Club I, 2. 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3. 



MENDEL H. STEWART . 

HISTORY 



Pickens, S. C. 



DURWARD B. STINSON, JR. . Charleston, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Chrunicle Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Tiger Staff 3, 4; Clemson Players 
3, 4; Pershing Rifles 3, 4. 

WILLIAM R. STODDARD, JR. . . Taylors, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
Delta Sigma Nu; Pre-Medicine Fraternity 3, 4. 

MARTHA A. STUART .... Columbia, S. C. 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS 
Best Dressed Co- Ed 2; High Honors 1; Honors 2; SCSSL 
Delegate 3; Junior Senator, Secretary of Senate 3; Canterbury 
Club 2; Vice-President Girls Dorm 2; TAPS Co-Organizations 
Editor 3. 4. 

ZACH H. SUBER III Whitmire, S. C. 

HISTORY 



JOHN H. SWICORD . . . Moncks Corner, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

DAVID E. THOMPSON .... Florence, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

JOHN W. THOMPSON . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS 
Honors 1; Gamma Beta Phi 3, 4; Senior Senator, Financial 
Review Board 4; Counterguerrilla Platoon 1; Tiger Staff 2, 3; 
Hall Monitor 3; Hall Supervisor 3, 4; Advanced ROTC 3, 4; 
Rat Master 4. 

RONALD A. THROWER . . . Mt. Holly, N. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Scuba Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4. 



PAUL W. THURSTON .... Clemson, S. C. 

HISTORY 
Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JULIA W. TILLEY Clemson, S. C. 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS 
SEX 1, 2, 3. Pledge Master 2. 

WINFIELD C. TOWLES . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
ACS 1. 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 4; Hall Monitor 3; Hall Supervisor 
4; Tiger Band 1, 3; Concert Band 1. 

RONALD E. TRESCOT . . . Charleston, S. C. 

PREMEDICINE 
Delta Sigma Nu: Pre-Med Fraternity 2, 3. 4; Circle "K" 1; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4i Hall Monitor 2, 4; Hall Supervisor 3. 



CALEB L. TREXLER, JR. . . 

PRE MEDICINE 
SKE: Football 1, 2. 3, 4. 

JOSEPH L. TUPPER. JR. . . 

PRE MEDICINE 

DKA 2. 3, 4. 



. Concord, N. C. 
Summerville, S. C. 
Clemson, S. C. 



WILLIAM H. TURNER . . 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS 
Association for Computing Machinery 4; AG 3, 4, Rush Chair- 
man 3; TAPS Junior Staff 2, Classes Editor 3, Business 

FRANK H. TURPIN Americus, Ga. 

PRE-DENTISTRY 
DKA: Football 1. 2, 3. 4. 



ARTS & SCIENCES 

• MICHAEL W. VENTO III ... . Beaver, Pa. 

SOCIOLOGY 

AIA 2; Chronicle Staff 3; Tang Soo Do Club; Fine Arts Film 

Club 4; Rugby Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Clemson Little 

Theatre. 

KENNETH R. WAGNER .... Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 
ACS. 

HARRELL H. WALDROP . . Greenville, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
CDA; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Newtonian 

Society 4. 

SUE L. WALKER Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

JAMES L. WANNAMAKER . St. Matthews, S. C. 
HISTORY 

KEITH H. WATERS . . . North Augusta, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
KDX; Phi Eta Sigma. 

LINDA WATSON Columbia, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

MICHAEL A. WATTS Camden, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 
AFROTC 2; Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Hall Supervisor 2, 3, 
4; APO 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4; BSU I, 2, 3, 4; Tang 
Soo Do Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4. 

JEFFREY P. WEAVER .... Jackson, S. C. 
HISTORY 

Student Senate 1; KSN 3, 4; Newman Society 1, 2, 3, 4; 
WSBF 1; NEA 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 1, 2. 

JOHN C. WEEKS Sumter, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

ROBERT H. WELBORN . . . Anderson, S. C. 

HISTORY 

Young Democrats 3, 4. 

RODGER N. WELLER .... Greenville, S. C. 

PRE-DENTISTRY 
Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; APO 3, 4; Hall Supervisor 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1 ; SAME 2, 3, 4. 



Anderson, S. C. 



Rock Hill, S. C. 



Greenville, S. C. 



RICHARD H. WELLS . . . 

PRE-MEDICINE 
BSU 1, Secretary 1; Dixie Skydivers 4. 

EDWARD T. WHITE, JR. . . 

ENGLISH 
APO-, YMCA. 

HARRY A. WHITFIELD, JR. 

MATHEMATICS 
IEEE; Newtonian Society: Advanced ROTC. 

DAVID C. WHITNEY Clemson, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 1; Phi Eta Sigma 1; 
Danforth Scholarship 1; Peace Fund Scholarship 4; Freshman 
Class Treasurer; Student Senate 2, 3, 4; SCSSL 3; Blue Key 
3, 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2; YMCA 1, 
2; Tiner Staff 2, 3, 4, News Editor 2, Associate Editor 4; 
Clemson Players 1. 



DAVID H. WILKINS .... Greenville, S. C. 
HISTORY 

DKA 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 3, 4; FCA 3, 4; Tennis Team 

1, 2, 3. 4. 

RICHARD M. WILLIAMSON . . Clemson, S. C. 

PHYSICS 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation 
Association Award 2; Gamma Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Pi 
Sigma 3, 4; BSU. 

JOHN F. WILLSON Brooklawn, N. J. 

MATHEMATICS 
APO. 

JAMES M. WILSON Piedmont, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
Honor Roll 1; Calhoun Literary Society 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; 
BSU 1, 2. 

JOHN A. WOODS Syosset, N. Y. 

HISTORY 

Young Republicans; Sailing Club. 

RICHARD H. WOODWARD . . Knoxville, Tenn. 
ENGLISH 

.•\IA 1. 2, 3; Chronicle Staff 3. 4, Features Editor 4. 

JAMES H. WORKMAN .... Woodruil, S. C. 

ENGLISH 
Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Tiger 
Brotherhood 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4. 

CARL L. ZEIS Westfield, N. J. 

MATHEMATICS 





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HAROLD F. LENDRITH, Dean 




Education 



The School of Education has greatly expanded 
since its beginning in the summer of 1965. Ele- 
mentary and Secondary Education are, by far, 
not the only fields for prospective teachers. They 
may enter other areas of education by going into 
the programs of either Agricultural Education, 
Industrial Education or Recreation and Parks 
Administration. Though their specific curriculums 
students are being prepared to teach the leaders 
of tomorrow. 

Seniors spend a semester practice teaching at 
various schools. During this time and after gradu- 
ation, the students convey their ideas and thoughts 
to others by means of instruction. 

The School of Education is continually growing 
and expanding to give the students a better oppor- 
tunity for a solid background in education. 

Education is an essential necessity throughout 
the world. And Clemson provides the best train- 
ing in this field that can be had anywhere in 
today's already well educated world. 



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ROBERT E. AMBROSE Omaha, Nebr. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
RPA Club 3, 4; DPK 3, 4. 

THOMAS M. ARANT .... Fort Motte, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

WILLIAM H. ARMSTRONG . Middkbury, Conn. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

GEORGE F. BAKER Clinton, Md. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
DPK; Tiger Band; Concert Band. 

CARROLL O. BALDWIN . Hendersonville, N. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

JACK D. BELK Pacolet, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4; Pershing Rifles 2, 3; 
Iota Lambda Sigma 3, 4. 

SAMUEL H. BISHOP .... Spartanburg, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

DONALD T. BOONE Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Tiger Band 1, 2; Concert Band 1, 2; AFROTC Band 1, 2; 

ACS 1, 2, 3. 



MARY M. BOWEN .... Westminster, S. C. 
ENGLISH EDUCATION 

WALLACE C. BRITTAIN . Hendersonville, N. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
DPK 2. 3, 4, Pledge Master 4; Block and Bridle Club 1, 2; 
RPA Club 3, 4; PSA 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3. 

CAROL L. BRITTON Salters, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 
SBX 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; House Council 3, 4; Light Brigade 
1, 2; TAPS Junior Staff 3. 

MICHAEL S. BROWN Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

RONNIE E. BULLOCK Dillon, S. C. 

ENGLISH EDUCATION 
Mu Beta Psi 3. 4; Circle "K" Club; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Tiger 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band President 4; Dillon County 
Club. 

THOMAS E. BULWITH .... Bayonne, N. J. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JAMES H. BURTON Leesville, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
KD.X; Cadet of the Month in AFROTC. 

WILLIAM B. BUSCH, JR. . . . Columbia, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Tiger Brotherhood. Treasurer; Who's Who; Iota Lambda 
Sigma. Vice-President; CDA, Vice-President; MSF; AIA 3, 
4, 5, 6; PKD Best Pledge, Vice-President 6. 



CHARLES E. CARROLL .... Florence, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Iota Lambda Sigma; WSBF Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Local News 
Manager 3; Tigerama 3. 

MARSHALL J. COLEMAN . . Darlington, S. C- 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
SAZ 1, 2, 3, 4. 

PAULA M. COLEMAN .... Clemson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

WILLIAM R. COLEMAN . . . Pamplico, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
SAZ 1, 2, 3, 4. 



LACY H. COLLINS . . . North Charleston, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

DAN M. CONNELLY Clemson, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Agricultural Education Club. 

DEWEY C. CRAIG Anderson, S. C. 

EDUCATION 

JOHN R. CRAWFORD Saluda, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



EDUCATION 



RONALD M. DAVIS Columbia, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
RPA Club 4. 

L. J. DELANEY, JR Naples, Fla. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 
Amateur Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 

DAVID A. DEMSEY . . . West Homestead, Pa. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
ROTC; Basketball. 

RICHARD G. DODSON .... Piedmont, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 



JAMES p. DRUMMOND . . . Woodruff, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
Scabbard and Blade; AFROTC Cadet of Year 2. 

JOHN D. EDWARDS .... Spartanburg, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

CHARLES H. ELLENBURG . . Knoxville, Tenn. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

ELEANOR D. FAIREY . . . Summerville, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
RPA Club 3, 4; DTX 2. 3, 4, President 3. 4; ISC 3, 4; 
TAPS Junior Staff 3; TAPS Senior Staff 4; Rat Master 2, 3. 



RAYMOND S. FEDELE . . . Somerville, N. J. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Scuba Diving Club; Iota Lambda Sigma; Newman Club. 

JULIA M. FREIT Lakewood, N. J. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 
High Honors 3; Sigma Delta Pi; Chapter Chi. 

EILEEN L. GALLAGHER . . . Clemson, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

KIRSTEN M. GARRETT . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ENGLISH TEACHING 



DAVID W. GARRISON .... Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Iota Lambda Sigma; Educational Fraternity 2, 3, 4; Tiger 
Staff, Photographer 1 ; Chronicle Staff, Photographer 1 ; Persh- 
ing Rifles 1. 

WAYNE W. GIBSON Greer, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Iota Lambda Sigma 3, 4. 



CUTHBERT S. GLEATON III 

EDUCATION 



Springfield, S. C. 
Loris, S. C. 



GEORGE E. GORE, JR 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
AG: Agricultural Education Club; Horry County Club 



DAN K. GUNNELS Clarkesville, Ga. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Block "C" Club; Agricultural Education Club. 

CARSON V. HARDWICK .... Seneca, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

OSCAR J. HARRY Grover, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

JOHN F. HARNETT .... Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Iota Lambda SigTna, Historian 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3. 4. 



WILLIAM C. HAWKINS . . . Columbia, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
PKD. 

ROGER D. HAYES .... Travelers Rest, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Football. 

LEWIS W. HICKS York, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
AG; Agricultural Education Club. 

DAVID R. HILL Sumter, S. C. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 
Student Education Association 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4. 







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EDUCATION 

ALBERT A. HINSON Thomaston, Ga. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
RPA Club 4. 

JOHN H. HOSTETLER .... Charleroi, Pa. 

BIO-SCIENCE TEACHING 
Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ROBERTS. HOUSEHOLDER . Ridge Spring, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

JAMES M. HUDGENS Union, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
Pershing Rifles 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 4. 

JOSEPH S. HUNTER Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Scabbard and Blade 4. 

MARTIN H. HUTTO Swansea, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

EARL L. HYMAN Pamplico, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

ANDREW INABINET .... Orangeburg, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS EDUCATION 



CAROL E. JACKSON .... Huntington, N. Y. 

SPANISH 
Sigma Delta Pi 3, 4; Student Senate; SUSGA; Women's 
House Council, Social Chairman 3; SBX 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 
Freshman I, Varsity 2; Angel Flight; YMCA. 

TACK J. JACKSON Edgefield, S. C. 

BIOLOGY TEACHING 
Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4; Tiger Brotherhood 3, 4; Football 

I, 2, 3. 4. 

JERRY L. JENKINS .... Simpsonville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDLTCATION 
Iota Lambda Sigma, Historian 3, Treasurer 4; Arnold Air 
Society 4; Alpha Phi Omega. 

LAURA R. JOHNSON Clio, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 



MICHAEL C. KASHA .... Brooklyn, N. Y. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 
NEA 3, 4; Pre-Veterinary Club 1, 2; Hillel-Brandeis Club 
1. 2, 3. 4, 5, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, Vice-President 4, Presi- 
dent 5. 

IVAN F. KELLEY III . . North Charleston, S. C. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 
Best Drilled P. R. Pledge 1; Pershing Rifles, C. O. 3; 
NSPR 1, 2. 3: Scabbard and Blade 3, 4. 

LARRY M. KEYS Clemson, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Football 1. 2. 3, 4; Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4; Agricultural 
Education Club 2, 3. 4. 

WILLIAM T. KISSAM .... Statesville. N. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
RPA Club, President 4; SKE; Football. 



VIOLET S. KLEIN Clemson, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

RONALD N. LACEY Ravenel, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Iota Lambda Sigma. 

WILLIAM L. LACHER .... Greenville, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 
DPK 2, 3, 4. 



Greenville. S. C. 



JOAN E. LANCIANESE . 

ENGLISH 
Light Brigade 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; DTX 3, 4 



ANDREW LaPLACE . . Pompton Plains, N.J. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 
AAUP Book Award 4; Student Teachers Association 3, 4; 
Alpha Phi Omega 4, 5; Glee Club 4; Tiger Staff 4. 

PAUL E. LEHOTSKY Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
lota Lambda Sigma. 

FRANK P. LIBERATORE . . McKeesport, Pa. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
Football 1. 2. 3, 4; Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4. 

VIRGIL F. LINDER, JR. . . . Bishopville, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
Sigma Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4; RPA Club 4. 



EDUCATION 

■ ROY D. LONG Saluda, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Agricultural Education Club; ADSA. 

JAMES F. LOVE, JR McConnells, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Alpha Zeta; Alpha Tau Alpha; Gamma Sigma Delta; Agri- 
cultural Education Club. 

JAMES H. LOWE Edgefield, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

ROY P. McFADDEN Catawba, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Agricultural Education Club. 

' EARL M. McGILL Blacksburg, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

CHARLES R. MAJOR .... Greenville, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JOHN M. MANDEVILLE .... Clemson, S. C. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 
Newman Club; YMCA. 

THOMAS A. MERRELL . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 
PKD 3,4, 5, Secretary 5; CDA Junior Staff 4, Senior Staff 5; 
Young Republicans 1. 2, 3, 4, 5; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Mars 
Hill College 1. 2. 

> RICHARD L. MINCHEW .... Saluda, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

JAMES E. MULDROW .... Greenville, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

TOM L. MURRELL Kingsport, Tenn. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

KEITH D. NEELY .... New Cumberland, Pa. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
Scabbard and Blade 4; DPK 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; DMS 4; 
ROTC Brigade Staff; RPA Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Pre- 
Veterinary Club 1, 2. 

• ARTHUR R. NICHOLS Saluda, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
ADSA 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4: Student 
Agricultural Council; Agricultural Education Club 4, 5; 4-H 
Club 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 3, 4; LSA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 
4, Secretary 5. 

JOHNNY W. NOBLES . . Galivants Ferry, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Alpha Zeta; Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education Club. 

HARRY L. OLSZEWSKI .... Baltimore, Md. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Ail-American 3,4. 

MALCOLM J. O'NEAL Fairfax, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
RPA Club; AG 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. 4; IFC 3, 4, 
Treasurer 3. 

• CARL B. OWENS Ware Shoals, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

WAYNE W. PARMER Tenafly, N. J. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

WILLIAM D. PATRICK . . . Winnsboro, S. C. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 
Mu Beta Psi 3. 4; ASCE 3; PSA 1; Young Republicans 1; 
Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ANN L. PEARCE Clemson, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

• DEANNA PENNINGTON .... Starr, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 
Light Brigade; DTX. 

ROBERT V. PERRY Pamplico, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 
ROTC. 

GEORGE A. PHILLIPS . . Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Iota Lambda Sigma; Block "C" Club; Football Manager 1, 
2, 3, 4; Baseball Manager 4. 

JACKIE R. PHILLIPS .... Pageland, S. C. 
VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 








EDUCATION 

JOE A. POSTON Johnsonville, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

DAVID M. PUTNAM .... Greenville, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
RP.\ Club. Vice-President 1; Student Senate 1; DPK; Scuba 
Diving Club. Secretary 1. 

LINDA J. RACE Belvedere, N. J. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 
Rifle Team 2, 3; Horticulture Club 1; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. 

WILSON B. RATLIFF, JR. . . High Point, N. C. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 
DPK 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 

■ WANDA J. REYNOLDS Canon, Ga. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 
SEA 2, 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DAVID W. RHODES Woodruff, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Alpha Zeta 3, 4; Agricultural Education Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha 
Tau Alpha 3, 4. 

A. VANCE RILEY Gastonia, N. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
SAZ 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BARRY C. ROBINSON Augusta, Ga. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

► MICHAEL E. RODDEY .... Chester, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education Club, Vice-President 
2; AG. 

FLOYD T. ROGERS Clyde, N. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Sportsmanship Award; Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club; 
Agricultural Education Club; Tiger Brotherhood. 

PHILLIP W. ROGERS Climon, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

WILLIAM H. ROSE Gaffney, S. C. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 



PAUL H. SANDERS .... Summerville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

FREDERICK A. SARGENT . . . Lakeland, Fla. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
DKA. 

JOHN O. SCHLEIG, JR. . . Long Branch, N. J. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Iota Lambda Sigma 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, President. 

SAMUEL B. SEXTON .... Woodruff, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Iota Lambda Sigma 3, 4; High Court 4; KSN 2, 3, 4. 

MELTON D. SHEALY Chapin, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
Langdon Cheves Scholarship 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; LSA 1, 2, 
3. 4, Vice-President 4; RPA Club. 

JAMES T. SHELL Fountain Inn, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

CURTIS A. SHIRER Clemson, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JOHN S. SHIRLEY Seneca, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



CLYDE B. SIMMONS, JR. . . Greenwood, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 
ACS 2, 3; Arnold Air Society 3; AFROTC 1. 2, 3; AG 3, 4. 
Pledge Master 4; TAPS Junior Staff 4; Hall Supervisor 2, 



CHRISTOPHER E. SLACK . . . Gladwyne, Pa. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

HENRY L- SMITH, JR. . . . Greenwood, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
SAM 1; APO 2; Tang Soo Doo Club 1. 

KEITH L. SMITH .... E. Woodstock, Conn. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
ATA 1 ; Agricultural Education Club 4. 



EDUCATION 

' TEDDY L. SMOAK Pendleton, S. C. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 

THOMAS A. SMOAK Atlanta, Ga. 

MATHEMATICS 

JIMMY D. SNODDY Wellford, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

BARBARA L. STEVENS . . Washington, D. C. 
ENGLISH 

LINDA J. STEVENS Clemson, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 
BSU. 

CRAIG M. THOMAS .... Georgetown, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
Weight Lifting Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 3; Forestry Club 3; 
Tang Soo Doo Club 3, Vice-President 3. 

JAMES M. THOMAS Hampton, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 
Block and Bridle Club. 

JOHN R. THOMAS Portland, Ore. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 

EVERETT C. THORSLAND . . Teaneck, N. J. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

MICHAEL L. TILLEY Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

KSN. 

SANDRA E. TINSLEY .... Anderson, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

ANDREW M. ULMER .... Walterboro, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Iota Lambda Sigma, Vice-President 3, President 4; PKD 4, 5; 
ROTC 3, 4. 



JOHN N. VAUGHAN Miami, Fla. 

SPANISH 

SAMUEL R. VAUGHAN ... St. George, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

OSCAR N. VICK HI ... . Georgetown, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Iota Lambda Sigma. 

CHARLES J. WATSON .... Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
ACC Honor Roll 4; Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



MARY S. WATSON Richmond, Va. 

MATHEMATICS 

RONALD C. WAY Clemson, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
RPA Club 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3. 

ROBERT L. WILDER, JR. . . . Sumter, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
PKD 2, 3, 4; Swimming Team 1, Scuba Diving Club 1. 

GEORGE C. WILLIAMS. JR. . . Hanahan, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
WSBF-FM 1, 2, 3, 4. 





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AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

LINDA L. WILSON Houston, Texas 

ENGLISH 

SUE M. YOUNG Las Vegas, Nev. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 

MANLY S. YOUNG Fort Mill, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 
National RPA Scholarship 3, 4; Gamma Beta Phi 2, 3; RPA 
Club 4, 5. President 4; APO 2. 3, 4, 5; York County Club 
3, 4, 5; Young Republicans 2, 3, 4; SAM 3. 




LINVIL G. RICH, Dean 




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The College of Engineering at Clemson Univer- 
sity offers its students eight different curriculums 
pertaining to engineering: Agricultural, Ceramic, 
Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical 
and Metallurgical. Industrial Engineering, how- 
ever, is to be discontinued and has accepted no 
new students since 1966. The Agricultural Engi- 
neering curriculum is jointly administered by the 
College of Engineering and the College of Agri- 
culture and Biological Sciences. 

A Bachelor of Science degree from the College 
of Engineering leads to a wide choice of careers 
and serves as a preparation for continued study 
on the job or further formal graduate study in a 
broad spectrum of fields. The engineering curricu- 
lums include thorough education in various phases 
of the field of specialization without overempha- 
sizing one phase to the neglect of others. The 
first two years of study include the basic funda- 
mentals and social sciences. 

Upon entering the working world of today the 
engineer prepares to make for a better world in 
tomorrow. 




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JAMES H. ABRAMS, JR. . . . Whitmire, S. C. 

ENGINEERING 
DKA; Phi Kappa Phi. 

MARY S. ADAMS Charleston, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ASME. 

RICHARD A. ALBERS . . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Block "C" Club 3, 4; ACS 1, 2; ASCE; Freshman Track 1; 
Varsity Track 3, 4. 

TERRY K. ALEXANDER . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
DMS 4; AICHE 2, 3, 4; President's Cabinet 3; Chairman of 
Ways and Means Committee 3; Circle "K" Club 2, 3; SAZ 
3. 4; Juunior Staff CDA 3; Senior Staff CDA 4; Hall 
Monitor 3; Weight Lifting Club 3; ROTC Company Com- 
mander 4. 



LEWIS E. ASTON . . Charleston Heights, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Outstanding Counter Guerrilla 2; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; 
Charleston County Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

NEIL ROBERT BAER .... Edgewater, Md. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3; Assistant PIO 4th Regimental Head- 
quarters 3. 

JAMES R. BAKER Newberry, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHNNY E. BALDWIN .... Lockhart, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



DAVID T. BALLENGER . . . Gray Court, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
ACS 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Advanced ROTC. 

MICHAEL K. BANTZ . . North Charleston, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 2, 3, 4; Honor Student 1; BSU 2. 

WILLIAM A. BARKER . . Virginia Beach, Va. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 2, 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 

WILLIAM H, BARNETTE . . Campbello, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



THEODORE D. BEAM .... Charlotte, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
SAZ 2, 3, 4; AIIE 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOHN W. BEESON Liberty, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
DPK; ASCE. 

WILLIAM B. BEGG .... Spartanburg, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE 2, 3, 4, 5; SAZ 2, 3, 4, 5; CDA 3. 

EARL L. BELCHER, JR Aiken, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE; Young Republicans 3, 4; Weight Lifting Club 2, 3, 4. 





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RICHARD J. BELKEN Sumter, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

GEORGE F. BELL Hartsville, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE. 

WILLIAM C. BERNAT .... Charleston, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE; Newman Club. 



ROBERT F. BINFORD .... Charleston, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 1. 2. 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 
3, President 4; Tiger Circulation Staff 1, 2. 



WAYMAN R. BISHOP Atlanta, Ga. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
KD.X. 

JOHNNY H. BLACKMAN . . . Lancaster, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
ACS, Publicity Chairman 3, 4; AFROTC 3, 4. 

JEFFERSON A. BLANTON . . . Gaffney, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME. 

ODELL B. BLUME Barnwell, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 3. 4; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2. 



ENGINEERING 



EDMUND M. BOLIN .... Rowesville, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 4; Amateur Radio Club 2, 3, 4. 

NORBERT J. BORKE.JR. . . . Charleston, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

VICTOR A. BOUDOLF .... Charleston, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

IEEE. 

ROBERT D. BOWEN Ripley, Ohio 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Honors Program 1. 3; Blue Key 3, 4; Tiger Brotherhood 3. 4 
ASCE 3. 4: Student Senate 3; Student Body Vice-President 4 
WSBF 1. 2, 3, 4; Tigerama, Assistant Director 3, Director 4 
Junior Follies, Emcee 2, Co-Director 3 ; Chronicle Promotion 
Manager 3. 



DOUGLAS R. BOWER . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM M. BOYCE .... Cross Hill, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ASCE 2, 3, 4. 

JAMES H. BRANDON, JR. . . . Clover, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 2, 3, 4; Mu Beta Psi 2. 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; 
Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Tiger Band 
Staff 4. 

WALTER R. BRANDT .... Walhalla, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Mu Beta Psi 2, 3, 4; ASCE 2, 3, 4; Glee Qub 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GLENN W. BRANNEN . . . Great Falls, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Mu Beta Psi 2, 3. 4; Tiger Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Supply Sergeant 
3, Vice-Commander 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JERRY A. BRANNON Union, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 2. 3, 4; SAME 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Reserve 
Officers Assn. Metal 3; Hall Supervisor 4; Hall Monitor 3; 
Union County Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; 
Counter-Guerrillas 2, 3. Commander 3. 

ROY H. BREDAL Spartanburg, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ASME 3, 4; KSN 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOSEPH R. BRIGGS .... College Park, Ga. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. President 4. 



CALVIN H. BROWN Columbia, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
SKE; Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Beta Phi; AIChE. 

FURMAN H. BROWN Laurens, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 3, 4. 

KENNETH J. BROWN, JR Fairfax, Va. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
PKD 3. 4; Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3. 

ROLAND L. BROWN .... Spartanburg, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 4. 



RICHARD C. BRYAN Ivyland, Pa. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Dean's List 2; ASCE 4; ISA 3. 



DARYL E. BULLINGTON 



Franklin, N. C. 



THOMAS U. BURGESS Belton, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 
ASAE 2, 3, 4, President 4; APO. 

WILLIAM N. BURLEY .... Walhalla, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 2. 



WOODS W. BURNETT 



Columbia, S. C. 



ROBERT A. CALHOUN Metter, Ga. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; ASME 4; SAME 3, 4; Pershing 
Rifles 3. 4, Executive Officer 4; Pershing Rifles Silver 
Achievement Award 3. 

JAMES P. CAMPBELL Dillon, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE 3, 4; Tae Kwon Do Club 2, 3, 4. 

PAUL G. CAMPBELL, JR. . . . Chester, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE 2. 3, 4; ACS 4; Rat Master 3; Chester County Club 
1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4. 





ENGINEERING 



DENNIS A. CARLSON .... Rock Hill, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
Tennis 1, 2. 

JAMES L. CARPENTER .... Easley, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
ACS 4. 

JUDSON K. CHAPIN Greenville, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE. 

MARSHALL P. CHILDRESS . . . Salem, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
Singleton Scholarship 1. 2; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4. 



JAMESE. CHINNERS, JR. . Moncks Corner, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
National 4-H Conference 1; AIChE 1, 2. 3, 4; SCSSL 3; 
Central Spirit Committee 4; Rat Master at Large 4; 4-H Club 
!. 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 3; Tiger Band 1. 2, 3. 4; AFROTC 
Band 1, 2; Pep Band 1, 2, 3. 4. 

WILLIAM L. CLAPPER . North Charleston, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES H. CLARKSON Sumter, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
AIIE 2, 4. 

ARTHUR F. COCKCROFT . . Newberry, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



HARRY C. COLDRECK III . . Livingston, N. J. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
.\SCE 1, 2, 3, 4. 

THOMAS O. COLEMAN, JR. . . Metuchen, N. J. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; SAME 3, 4; 
ACS 4: Arnold Air Society 2, 3, 4. 

RICHARD A. CONKLIN . . . Clearwater, Fla. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
SAE 1, 2, 3, 4; Hall Monitor 2, 3; Hall Supervisor 4. 

JOSEPH T. COOK Clemson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

IEEE 3, 4. 5; DPK 3. 4, 5. 

JOHN S. COONS Glenview, 111. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 4; Aero Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Secretary 3. 

ROY H. COOPER Columbus, Ga. 

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 
Tiger Band; ASME; Gamma Beta Phi. 

JOHN W. COTTON Columbia, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
.\CS 3, President and Secretary; Keramos 1; Freshman 
Senator; Men's Residence Court 1; Arnold Air Society 1; 
BSU 4. 

FRANK L. COX Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
Distinguished Military Student 4; Tiger Brotherhood 2, 3, 
4. 5; AIChE I. 2, 3, 4, 5; CDA Junior Staff 3, Placing 
Chairman 4; DKA 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, Pledge- 
master 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3; Football 1, 2, 
3; ROTC. 

■ THOMAS J. COYLE Easley, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

HENRY CLAYBORNE, JR. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ASME 2. 

JOHN D. CRENSHAW Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
AIIE 3. 4; DPK 3. 4, Secretary 4, Rush Chairman 4; Arjiold 
Air Society 3. 4. 

WILLIAM A. CRUMPLER . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 4. 



JOSEPH W. CULP Rock Hill, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Lowenstein Scholarship 2, 3, 4; ASME 3. 4; Tau Beta Pi 
3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3. 4; Summer National Science Foun- 
dation Work Award 

CHARLES L. DALTON . . East Flat Rock, N. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ASME 4. 

CARROLL E. DANIEL .... Gainesville, Ga. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Cadet of the Week A. S.; Hall Monitor 2, 3. 

BARRY T. DAVILLI . . . Feeding Hills, Mass. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
American Ordnance Association Award. Clemson Cadet Cup; 
R. W. Simpson Medal 3; Silver Achivcment Award P. R. ; 
Newman Club I. 2, 3; Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ENGINEERING 

JAMES M. DAVIS Lancaster, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
AFROTC Scholarship 3, 4; Honors Program 1, 2, 3, 4; IEEE 
1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; SAME 4; Tiger Band 1, 2, 3; 
Amateur Radio Club 1, 2. 

DAVID A. DEEM Rosemont, Pa. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
AIIE, President 5; WSBF, Transmitter Engineer 3. 

ROGER L. DEFENBAAGH . . Honea Path, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Advanced AFROTC 3, 4; APO 4; ASME 3, 4. 

JAMES R. DELAND, JR Key West, Fla. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

' DAVID G. DEMPSEY . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE; Pershing Rifles. 

DANNY O. DERRICK Columbia, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 4. 

DAVID W. DETWILER .... Columbia, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE. 

RUSSELL L. DIXON Lando, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

• ROBERT L. DOBSON Greer, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
Schlumberger Foundation Scholarship 3; Sherwood E. Liles 
Scholarship 4; Honors Program 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 
Kappa Phi 3. 4; IEEE 2, 3, 4; Advanced ROTC 3. 4; Wesley 
Foundation. 

CHARLES R. DONOHOE . W. Long Branch, N. J. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JAMES A. DOSS Chattanooga, Tenn. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
AIIE. 

CLAYBURN B. DRAKE . . . Pendleton, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Tiger Band 1, 2. 3; Concert Band 1, 2. 

• NICHOLAS T. DRAKE . . . Bennettsville, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

DONALD O. DRUELLE . . . Charleston, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

KENNETH R. DUNHAM .... Nutley, N.J. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
ACS 1; Aero Club 3. 

ROBERT F. EDMONDS, JR. . . . Pickens, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4. 

• ROBERT D. ERVIN Greenville, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

CRAIG R. FALLON Central, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 2, 3, 4; TPA. 

WILLIAM D. FAUST .... Greensboro, N. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
Keramos Honor Fraternity. 

JOHN G. FEDERLINE .... Greenville, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
ACS; Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Manager of 
the Swimming Team 3; Tiger Staff 2. 

• DANIEL L. FERGUSON .... Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

DAVID C. FISCHETTI .... Brooklyn, N. Y. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE; Newman Club. 

RICHARD P. FLETCHER .... McColl, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHN R. FLOYD, JR Newberry, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 2, 3, 4; PSA 1, 2. 




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JODA F. FORTSON Elberton, Ga. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

ACS 2, 3, 4. 

DERRILL R. FOWLER .... Walhalla, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

THEODORE C. FOX III . . . Batesburg, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
SKE; SAME. 

JOHN D. FRALICK Walterboro, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ASME 3, •>. 



RICHARD E. FRANK Panama, R. P. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE •»; International Students Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 3, 4. 

JOHN E. FREDERIKSEN . . Toms River, N. J. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

IEEE 2, 3, 4; Newman Oub 1, 4; WSBF I, 2, 3, 4, Main- 
tenance and Service Engineer 2, Control Room Engineer 3, 
Technical Manager 4; Junior Follies 3; Tigerama 4; Sailing 
Club 4. 

ALEX G. GAMBLE III . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 4. 

WILLIAM G. GAMBRELL . . Honea Path, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE. 



LELAND C. GARDNER . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ALEX H. GAY III ... . McGuire AFB, N. J. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DAVID N. GAY North Augusta, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Aerospace Studies Achievement Award 2; Arnold Air Society 
3, 4, Executive Officer 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; ASME 
2, 3, 4; DeMolay Club, President 2; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM A. GEORGE .... Baltimore, Md. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME; Christian Science Organization; Rifle Team 5. 



ERNEST W. GIBBONS .... Cincinnati, Ohio 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

THERMAN L. GIBBONS, JR. . . Charlotte, N. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

DELNO R. GLEASON Seneca, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
KSN 3, 4. 

ADRIAN J. GLENN Jenkinsville, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Football Manager I, 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club. 



Hartwell, Ga. 



ROBERT M. GLENN, JR 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

THOMAS R. GRIZZLE . North Charleston, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

CHARLES L. GUEST Anderson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ROGER O. HALL Asheville, N. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE. 



MARION D. HANCOCK . Wmston-Salem, N. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME, Vice-chairman 4; YMCA 1; Glee Club 1; ROTC 
Band 1. 2; Wesley Foundation. 

CHARLES D. HARDISTER . . . Easley, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
WSBF 3, 4; AIIE 3, 4. 

JACK S. HARROWER .... Asheville, N. C. 

MECH.\NICAL ENGINEERING 
WSBF 1, 2. 3. 4. Business Director 4, Office Manager 2. 3; 
ASME 2. 3. 4; Student Senate 3, 4; Chairman of the Judiciary 
Con\mittee 4; Ways and Means Committee 3; Gamma Beta 
Phi 2. 3, 4; Blue Key; Tiger Brotherhood; Who's Who. 

LARRY C. HART Greenville, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



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' HARLOCK W. HARVEY III . . Hartsville, S. C. 

INDl'STRIAI, ENGINEERING 

AIEE 2, 3, 4; NS 1, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 3; Cheerleader 3. 

THOMAS R. HAYES .... Spartanburg, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 3, 4. 

ROBERT R. HENDERSON . Spartanburg, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
AIIE 3, 4, Secretary 4. 

JAMES R. HENDRICKS, JR. . . Pelzer, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ROTC, Superior Cadet Award 1; ASCE 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Tau 
Beta Pi 3, 4, Secretary 4; DMS 4. 



EDWARD C. HENNE, JR. . . . Arlington, Va. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
Honor Roll 1, 2; Higgins Engineering Scholarship 3; AIChE; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3. 

MICHAEL J. HILLYER .... Clemson, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
WSBF. 

GEORGE C. HIXON, JR Easton, Pa. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 2, 3, 4; YMCA. 

WILLIAM D. HOLDER . . . Greenwood, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; AIChE 2, 3, 4, President 4; BSU 1; 
Greenwood County Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; URATS 
1. 2, 3. 4. 



WALTER T. HOWARD .... Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE 2, 3, 4. 

JOHN E. HURSEY . . . North Charleston, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
Tiger Band 1; Concert Band 1. 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM A. HYATT . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
AIIE. 

JAMES F. JACKSON .... Downington, Pa. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE; Newman Club. 



JOSEPH S. JACOBS Gastonia, N. C. 

ASCE. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

SAMMY S. JACKSON Pelion, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

CHARLES W. JAGERS . . . Charleston, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

BEN C. JEFFORDS Orangeburg, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

KDX 1, 2, 3. 4. 



GEORGE W. JENKINS 



Clemson, S. C. 



ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

CHARLES W. JENNINGS . . . Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME; CDA Junior Staff; Advanced AFROTC; D. N. Harris 
Award. 

SHELDON M. JETER Carlisle, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Track I, 2, 3, 4; Highest Honors 1; High Honors 2. 3; Phi 
Eta Sigma. 

HERBERTA. JOHNSON, JR. . Simpsonville. S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 2, 3, 4; AIIE 3. 4; Advanced AFROTC 3, 4; YMCA 
I, 3; Aero Club 2. 3, 4; Tae Kwon Do Club 3, 4. 



ALBERT E. JOHNSTON . . . Greenville, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE 1, 2, 3, 4; CDA Junior Staff 3; Advanced ROTC. 

RUDOLPH M. JONES. JR. . . . Sumter, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Assoc, of the Army Award. 

THEODORE E. JONES, JR. . N. Augusta, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ASME. 

JOSEPH W. JORDON Marion, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Pershing Rifles, Bronze Achievement Award; R. W. Simspon 
Award 3; Scabbard and Blade. 





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HARRY A. JOYE, JR Charleston, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 3, 4. 

ROBERT C. JUSTIS, JR. . . Wilmington, Del. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

SIDNEY P. KERSEY, JR Cliester, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
Highest Honors 1; High Honors 2, 3; Reserve Officer Assoc. 
Award 1; General Dynamics Award 2; Tau Beta Pi Pledge 
Entry Winner 3; Tau Beta Phi 3, 4, President 4; IEEE 2, 
3, 4, Chairmm 4; Blue Key 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Phi 
Kappa Phi 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 
1, 2, 3. 4; AFROTC Band 1; Chester County Clemson Club 
1, 2. 

FRANCIS M. KING, JR Greenville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mu Beta Psi 2, 3, 4, 



WILLIAM T. KNOWLES . . . Charleston, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 2. 3. 4. 

ARTHUR D. KRUDENER . Bradfordwoods, Pa. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 2, 3, 4; Barnett Hall Social Committee 4; Freshman 
Golf Team; Hall Monitor 2; Intramural Sports. 

THOMAS P. LANE, JR. . . . Greenville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 1. 

EVANS A. LaROCHE, JR. . . . Anderson, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
DPK; Phi Eta Sigma. 



LYNN R. LEASE Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3; Tau Beta Pi 3. 

WARREN E. LEDDON .... Columbia, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

LARRY W. LEE Spartanburg, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
AIIE 3, 4; SAM 3; Scabbard and Blade 4; Arnold Air 
Society 3, 4; AFROTC Group Commander 4; Tiger Business 
Staff 1, 2, 3, Circulation Manager 4; Hall Supervision 3, 4. 

DAVID D. LITTLE .... Spartanburg, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
AIIE 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Chair- 



DONALD F. LOONEY Irmo, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE. 

CRAIG J. LORENZINI Dumont, N. J. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Army ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Tiger Band 1, 2; Army Band 1, 2. 

ELDON D. LUFI Penrose, N. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
BSU 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 

RONALD F. LYNCH Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
.-\SME 3. 4; APO I; YMCA 1, 2. 

JOHN F. McBRIDE .... Bennettsville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle "K" Club 1; ASME 3, 4. 

JOE A. McCARTY Columbia, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Association of the U. S. Array Award 3; SAME 3, President 

4. 5. 

WILLIAM K. McCOMBS . . Surfside Beach, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Arnold Air Society; ASCE. 

EDGAR C. McGEE Orangeburg, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Class President 2, 3; Student Body President 4; Blue Key; 
Tiger Brotherhood; Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4; Numeral Society. 

' JOHN G. McGOWAN Florence, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

IEEE. 

lERRY N. McMULLAN Miami, Fla. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
Scabbard and Blade; Bruce Knight Memorial Award; Pershing 
Rifles 3. Assistant Pledge Commander. 

LARRY P. McPHERSON .... Clemson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES A. MARLER .... Fountain Inn, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

Honors 2: Distinguished Military Student. 



ENGINEERING 



STANLEY F. MASSINGILL . . . Central, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE; ROTC; Advanced ROTC. 

CHARLES L. MATTHEWS . N. Charleston, S.. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Advanced ROTC. 

JAMES K. MAYFIELD . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ASME 3, 4. 

ALLEN B. MEADERS .... Greenville, S. C. 

ELECTRUAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1. 



\IRGIL C. MEYERS, JR. . . . Charleston, S. C. 

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 2, 3, 4; Hall Monitor 3. 

MARION C. MILLER Greer, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE, Secretary 4; SAME 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 4; Block "C" 
Club 2, 3, 4; DPK 3. 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3. 4. 

MAXWELL B. MITCHELL .... Trion, Va. 

AGRICl'LTURAL ENGINEERING 
ASAE 2, 3, 4, 5; SAME 3. 4, 5; Advanced ROTC; Tiger 
Band 2, 3, 5; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 5; Radio Club 1 2. 

ROBERT D. MOFFAT Florence, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 4; NS 1, 2, 3, 4. 



KENNETH M. MONTJOY . . Woodruff, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 3, 4. 

NOEL M. MOORE .... North Augusta, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE; CDA Junior Staff; Tiger Staff 3. 

KENNETH MORRISON . . . Anderson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

CARL D. NELSON, JR. . . . Charleston, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3. 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 
3, 4; ASME 3, 4. 



CHARLES B. NELSON . . . Ninety Six, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
Air Science I Achievement Award; AFROTC 1; Phi Kappa 
Phi 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; IEEE 2. 3, 4. 



NELSON, JR. . . Charleston, 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



S.C. 



s. c. 



S.C. 



GEORGE P. 

ASCE. 

KENNETH W. NETTLES . . Walterboro, 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
Colleton County Club; IEEE. 

JOSEPH G. NEUWIRTH .... Clemson, 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME; Phi Eta Sigma; High Honors 1; Honors 2; Hon 
Hall Monitor 2. 



THOMAS C. NEWMAN .... Sumter, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Dixie Skydivers 3, 4; ASME 2, 3, 4; SAME 3. 4; ROTC 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOSEPH S. NEWTON . . . Yonges Island, S. C. 

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 
Reserve Officers Association Award 2; Alpha Sigma Mu Merit 
Award 3; Burlington Foundation Sochalrship 3. 4; Phi Eta 
Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3. 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, Vice- 
President 4; Alpha Sigma Mu 3, 4; ASM 2, President 3. 4; 
Student Senate, Secretary 4; Hall Resident Counselor 2. 3, 
4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Tiger Staff 1; Lab Assistant 3, 4. 

MAIDA A. OWEN Berkeley, Calif. 

ZOOLOGY 
SBX 3, 4, Secretary 4. 

DANIEL H. OWENS Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 



JOHN A. PEARCE .... North Augusta, S.C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Board of Directors, Member ROBD; ASME 3, 4. 

PHILIP B. PEGRAM .... Coral Gables, Fla. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ASME 3. 4. 

LONNIE D. PHIFER III . . . Fort Mill, S. C. 

M EC H AX ICA L ENGI NEERING 
American Legion AFROTC Award 3; Honors 1, 2; AF Wing 
commander 4; Distingui';hed AFROTC Cadet Award 4; Honor 
Student 1, 2. 3; Hall Monitor 2. 3; Hall Supervisor 4: Scab- 
bard and Blade, Secretary 3, 4; Arnold Air Society, Vice- 
President 2, 3, 4; Flight Instruction Program 3. 4; Aero 
Club 4. 

GARY C. PHILLIPS Hartwell, Ga. 

INDl-STRIAL MANAGEMENT 
KDX; Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 








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ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM E. PINSON, JR. . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM T. POOL Greenville, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
Olin Summer Project Grant; ACS 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2; 
AIChE 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3. 

VICTOR H. POORE Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM. 

JOHN L. POTTS Greenville, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
SAME 3; Advanced ROTC 4. 

DONALD B. POUNDER . . N. Charleston, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
RONALD E. POWER .... Johnsonville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME. 

ROBERT E. PRUETT . . . North Augusta, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
.\SME; Arnold Air Society. 

WILLIAM M. PUTNAM, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 2, 3, 4; SAME 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4: 
APO 2, 3, 4. 

MIR Z. RAHIM Pakistan 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
ISA 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 3, 4; Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Most 
\'aluable Tennis Player. 

ROBERT S. REARDEN, JR. . . N. Augusta, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
Honors 1; Association of the U. S. Army Award 3; IEEE 2, 
3, 4; Clemson Amateur Radio Club I, 2; LSA 1; Advanced 
ROTC. 

JAMES D. REDDEN Hartsville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Phi Kappa Phi 4; Blue Key 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4, President 
4; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Financial Review Board 3, 4; KDX 
1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4. 

CHARLES R. REESE Union, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Keramos Merit Award 3, 4; Distinguished Military Student 4; 
Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 
3. 4. Treasurer 4; Keramos 3, 4. President 4; ACS 2, 3, 4; 
Union County Clemson Qub I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. 



JAMES E. REEVES, JR. . . . Greenville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 3, 4. 

MICKEY E. REEVES Laurens, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

KSN. 

MARION R. REMBERT, JR. . . . Sumter, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE. 
WILLIAM E. REYNOLDS .... Sumter, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 3, 4; DPK. 



MICHAEL E. RICE Greer, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

RICHARD W. RICE Greenwood, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
Highest Honors 1, 2. 3. 4; Honors Program 1, 2; R. F. Poole 
Alumni Scholar 1, 2. 3, 4; Chemical Rubber Co. Chemistry 
Award 1; Military History Award 2: Tau Beta Pi Scholastic 
Award 2; AIChE' Scholastic Award 3; Phi Kappa Phi Award 
3; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1, 
2. 3, 4; AIChE 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; BSU 1; Young Repub- 
licans 2, 3; Greenwood County Clemson Club 1, 2; URATS 
1. 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM A. RICHTER . . . Charleston, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME 2, 3. 4. 

JAMES M. RIEKER Lansdale, Pa. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

AIChE 3, 4; ACS 2, 3, 4. 



FREDERICK H. ROBBINS . . Coral Gables, Fla. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 3, 4; Clemson Aero Club 3, 4. 

GEORGE C. RODRIGUES . . Fayetteville, N. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
Honors 1, 3; AIChE 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. President of 
Councils 2, 3; YMCA Cabinet 2. 3; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

LEONARD A. SENEROTE, IR. . Belvedere, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
Reserve Officer Association Award 1,3; Honors I, 2, 3; Dis- 
tinguished Military Student; Scibbard and Blade Award 2; 
Higcins Scholarship Award 3; Keramos 3, 4. Treasurer 4; 
Scabbard and Blade 3. 4; ACS 2. 3. 4; Hall Supervisor 2, 3, 
4; Newman Society; Counter Guerrilla Platoon 1, 2, 3, Com- 
mander 3: Pershing Rifles; SAME 4. 

WILLIAM M. SHEPPARD . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE, 



ENGINEERING 



JOHN FELIX SHOUSE, JR. . . Clemson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 1, 2, 3, 4; WSBF Transmitter Engineer, Control Room 
Engineer, Technical Manager, Engineering Director; YMCA; 
Tigerama 3, 4; Junior Follies 3. 

SIDNEY JACKSON SHRUM . . Pageland, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 3, 4. 

BERT E. SHULER Pendleton, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

ANDREW P. SMITH, JR. . . . Pinopolis, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



DAVID E. SMITH . . . North Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
PKD; AIIE 

RUSSELL F. SMITH .... Indianapolis, Ind. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

KSN. 

NEIL A. SMOAK Orangeburg, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE; ASTM; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; 
P. A. and E. Award; P. P. P. Award. 

WILLIAM C. SMYRE, JR. . . . Columbia, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2. 3, 4; IEEE 3, 4. 



HAROLD J. STEIGLER .... Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
AIIE. 

JAMES W. STEIFLE .... Greenwood, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 
Secretary 4; IEEE 2, 3, Treasurer 4; BSU 1; Greenwood 
County Clemson Club 1 ; Arnold Air Society 4 ; Advanced 
AFROTC; Honors Program 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Division Honors 
Certificate 2; High Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; Higgins Undergraduate 
Scholarship 2, 3, 4; Chicago Tribune Silver Medal Award 1; 
SAME Eng. Excellence Award 3. 

DAVE R. STOKELY, JR. . . . Kingsport, Tenn. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE. 

DAVID E. STRICKLAND . . Jacksonville, Fla. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
ASME. 



KARL F. STROUP Gastonia, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
Phi Eta Sigma 4; Phi Kappa Phi 1; AIIE 3. 

WAYNE ANTHONY STURGIS N. Augusta, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
KSN 2, 3, 4; ASCE- 

DAVID BENJAMIN TANNER . . Easley, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

RICKY L. THOMAS Seneca, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 



STEPHEN M. THOMPSON Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT PAUL TRAINOR, JR. . Beverly, Mass. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4. Secretary, Treasurer and President; 
AIIE; Newman Club. 

WILLIAM W. THRAVES . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

NS. 

LAWRENCE C. TROPEA, JR. . . Buffalo, N. Y. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE; Sailing Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Advanced 
ROTC 3, 4; Men's Residence Court 4. 



JAMES HAROLD TUCK . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JOEL OSCAR TYNER .... Florence, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
BSU 2, 3, 4. 

TED STENNETT VALENTINE . Jackson, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JOHN VAN deERVE Charleston, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Young Republicans. 


















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ENGINEERING 



DAN B. VAUGHAN .... Anchorage, Alaska 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
PKD. 

LARRY E. VINCENT Clemson, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE. 

JAMES E. VISSAGE, JR. . . . Greenville, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
ACS. 

JAMES W. WALKER Decatur, Ga. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4; ASCE 3, 4; Newtonian Society 2, 3. 



RICHARD C. WALKER .... Pittsburgh, Pa. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
Chemical Engineering Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Advanced ROTC 3, 
4; Intramural Sports. 

JAMES C. WARD Clemson, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 3, 4. 

JOHN R. WARD Sarver, Pa. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Senate 1; Newman Society 1,2,3,4. 

FREDERICK H. WATKINS III . Caldwell, N. J. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 1. 



ROBERT N. WATSON .... Greenville, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
Head Kreshman Cheerleader 1, Cheerleader 2, Head Cheerleader 
4; Country Gentleman 3; Tiger Brotherhood 4, 5; Block "C" 
Club 4, 5; ACS 2, 3, 4, 5; Central Spirit Committee 4, 5; 
Rat Court 4; DKA 1, 2, 3. 4, 5. 

JAMES U. WATTS Darlington, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 3, 4; Gamma Omega Phi 3, 4; Fencing 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM J. WATSON .... Vero Beach, Fla. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

AS.ME 4. 

HOWARD R. WELFARE, JR. . . Charlotte, N. C. 
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

ASM. 



RONALD M. WELLS .... Darlington, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ASME. 

JOHN N. WHALEN Savannah, Ga. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

GARY T. WHITFIELD .... Anderson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
Tau Beta Pi 3. 4: IEEE 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

BENJAMIN F. WILLIAMS .... Dillon, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
AIChE 2, 3, President of Southern Region 4; Junior Class 
Treasurer 3; Senior Class Treasurer 4; Financial Review 
Board 3, 4; NS 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Circle 
"K" Club 1; Advanced AFROTC, Band Commander 4; Wes- 
ley Foundation Freshman Council 1; Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dillon County Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Vice-President 3, 
President 4; Mu Beta Psi 2, 3, 4: Tiger Brotherhood. 



CLAUDE D, WILSON .... Anderson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
IEEE 3. 4. 

HUGH T. WILSON, JR. . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT R. WILSON .... Anderson, S. C; 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Honor Roll 1. 2. 3, 4; AFROTC Junior Achievement Award; 
ASME 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4 ; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; High 
Court 4; KSN Vice-President 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM F. WOLTER .... Asheville, N. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 4; SKE, Secretary 4; Clemson Jungaleers I, 2; Sen- 
timental Ja 



JOHN M. WOODS Greenville, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 2. 3, 4. Vice-President 4; Resident Court 4; Hall 
Supervisor 2, 3, 4. 

HAYNE B. WORKMAN, JR. . . Kinards, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
ASCE 

BARBARA C. YOUNG .... Columbia, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

MARSH Q. YOUNG Sumter, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 



WALLACE D. TREVILLIAN, Dean 




Industrial Management 
And Textile Science 

In its twelve years of existence at Clemson 
University, the School of Industrial Management 
and Textile Science has provided an extensive 
program in the professional and textile fields. 

The Industrial Management program at Clem- 
son includes studies in social and physical sciences, 
as well as humanities. Beginning this year those 
majoring in Economics are under the School of 
Industrial Management rather than the School of 
Arts and Sciences. 

The School of Textile Science has three divi- 
sions : Textile Chemistry, Textile Management 
and Textile Science. Textile Management gives 
an essential background in textile technological 
and managerial subjects with outside emphasis on 
the basic sciences. Textile Chemistry graduates 
are generally employed in research and adminis- 
trative positions in their field. 

The School of Industrial Management and Tex- 
tile Science realizes the need for a versatile edu- 
cation and strives toward this in all its programs. 









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INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
TEXTILE SCIENCE 

• RUSSELL H. ABERNATHY . Garden City, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM. 

JAMES W. ADDISON Fairfax, Ala. 

ECONOMICS 
Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; DKA 1, 2, 
3, 4, Vice-President 4; Tiger Brotherhood 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 
Cub Master 4; Blue Key 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Block "C" 
Club 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM R, ADKINS .... Fort Mill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
DKA 2, 3, 4, 5, Chaplain 4; Tiger Brotherhood 3, 4, 5; 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4, 5; Block "C" Club 3, 4, 5; 
SAM 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4, All-ACC 2, 3, 4, All-District 
2, 3, 4, Ail-American 2, 3, 4; Mitchell "MVP" Trophy 4. 

OSCAR A. ALEXANDER . . . Darlington, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAZ 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; TAPS Junior Staff. 

• GARY H. ANDERSON Pickens, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

PETE W. ANGELAKOS .... Laurens, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

BARRY K. AUGHTRY Lyman, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 3, 4; PKD 3, 4; Advanced ROTC 3, 4; Wesley Foun- 
dation; Intramural Sports. 

EDWARD L. BAILEY, JR. . . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Arnold Air Society 3, 4, Air Operations Officer 4; AFROTC; 
Air Force Drill Team 1; AG 3, 4; Bowling Team 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Captain 1, 2. 3, 4. 

• WISE H. BATTEN Estill, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
KDX 1, 2. 3. 4, Pledge Master. 

WILLIAM O. BEARDEN . . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Iota Mu Sigma; NS. 

C. WAYNE BELL Greenwood, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
NS 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM G. BENTLEY Atlanta, Ga. 

ECONOMICS 
Cabonivitch Award 4; Economics Club 3, 4; Scuba Club 1, 2, 
3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4. 

• JOHN RANDOLPH BETTIS, JR. Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RONALD L. BHASCO .... Pendleton, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 3, 4. 

WILLIAM C. BLEDIGER . . . Greenville, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
DPK. 

RICHARD PRESTON BLACK . Anderson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• GEORGE W. BOOZER III . . . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 4; AATT 3, 4; Student Senate 1; NS 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Pledge Master 1. 

DENNIS R. BOZARD . . . Bennettsville, S. C. 

TE.XTILE SCIENCE 
ROTC; Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4; AATT 3, 4; Hall Super- 

THOMAS O. BROCK Hodges, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Alpha Phi Omega. 

lOE T. BROOKS, JR LaGrange, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• GETTYS S. BROOME Cowpens, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
PKD. 

BRUCE A. BURBICK . . . . S. Liverpool, Ohio 

ECONOMICS 
ACS; Weight Lifting Club 4; Economics Club 3, 4. 

EDWARD K. BURDETTE . . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
KDX 1. 2, 3. 4. 

THOMAS M. BURRISS .... Anderson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
TEXTILE SCIENCE 



DAVID W. BURTON Corbin, Ky. 

ECONOMICS 

JAMES W. BUTLER Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
DPK. 

HARRY F. BYERS, JR. . . Hendersonville, N. C. 

ECONOMICS 
IEEE 3, 4; SAM 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DAVID L. CAMPBELL . . . Haddonfield, N. J. 

ECONOMICS 
Bowling Club; Scuba Club. 



CABOT R. CASKIE Arlington, Va. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Iota Mu Sigma. 

FRANK H. CHAPMAN Saluda, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Army ROTC, Company Commander 4; LSA 1, 2, 3. 

TOBY G. CHAPMAN Winnsboro, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 4; WSBF 1, 2, 3, 4. News Manager 4; Dixie Skydivers 
Club 3, 4. 



MELTON D. CHASTEEN . . 

ECONOMICS 



Anderson, S. C. 



KENNETH S. CLINE Oaklyn, N. J. 

ECONOMICS 

DWIGHT B. COCHRAN . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ERNEST A. COMMINS . . . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 1, 2; Delta Phi Beta 3, 4, 5; Senior Class Vice- 
President; Central Spirit Committee 5, Senior Day Chairman; 
Circle "K" Club 2, 3, Secretary 3; SKE 2, 3, 4, 5; IPC 3, 
President 5, Treasurer 5; BSU 1; SEIFC 3; Beta Sigma 
Chi 1, 2, 3. 

ROLAND L. CONNELLY . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

TEXTILES 
AATT 4, Secretary 4; J. P. Steven Scholarship. 



EPHRIAM G. COPE, JR Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

CAROL D. COPELAND .... Clinton, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 4; Pershing Rifles 1, 2; Scuba Club 3, 4; BSU 4. 

JAMES F. COX III Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
YMCA 1. 2; Newman Club 1, 2. 

PETE A. CRAWFORD . . . College Place, Ga. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



GEORGE D. CROSBY .... Walterboro, S. C. 
TE.XTILE CHEMISTRY 

WILLIAM LLOYD CROSBY . Cedar Grove, N. J. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 2. 4: Hall Monitor 3. 

JOSEPH E. CROSLAND . . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Student Senate 2; Sigma Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4. 

SAMMY E. CROUCH Saluda, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Iota Mu Sigma 3, 4; Assc. of the U. S. Army Award 3. 

' GEORGE R. CROWE Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

BENJAMIN H. CUTTING .... Atlanta, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM. 

WILLIAM B. CUTTS .... Georgetown, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DENNIS G. DANKO Pittsburgh, Pa. 

ECONOMICS 




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INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
TEXTILE SCIENCE 

• JAMES A. DARBY Pelzer, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
4-H Club 1, 2; Army ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. 

EUGENE DELADDY, JR. . . Spartanburg, S. C 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4; A. B. Carter Scholarship 4; Iota Mu 
Sigma 3, 4; SAM 2, 3; Bobbin and Beaker Staff 2. 

JOSEPH R. DENDY, JR Laurens, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 5; Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3; BSU 1, 2. 

JOHN A. DICKERSON Hartwell, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Iota Mu Sigma 2. 3, 4, Secretary 3; Student Senate 1. 2, 
3. 4, Chairman Judiciary Committee 3, President 4; Blue 
Key 3, 4; DKX 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; TAPS Junior 
Staff 2. 

• PAUL W. DOWDY Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
PKD 3, 4; Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOHN H. DINNEEN McLean, Va. 

ECONOMICS 
ACC Honor Roll 2, 3; Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau 
Epsilon 3, 4; Sigma Delta Pi 3, 4; Block "C" Club 3, 4; 
PKD 3, 4; Hall Supervisor 3,4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2,3. 

JANE C. DUNLAP Greenville, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

THOMAS E. DURHAM .... Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAZ. 

• JAMES A. DYE Anderson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LLOYD M. EARGLE Greenville, S. C. 

TEXTILE MANAGEMENT 
AATT 2. 3, 4; LSA 1, 2, 3; Hall Supervisor 3. 

NEAL W. EDWARDS .... Rock Hill, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

JAMES H. ELLICOTT Hampton, Va. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
AFROTC 3, 4; SAM 3; Residence Court 4; APO 2; Charles- 
ton County Club 1; SKE 2, 3, 4. 

• JAMES W. ENGRAM Columbia, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
I'MOC 3; Student Senate 2; NS 1, 2, 3, 4; IFC 3, Secre- 
tary 3; Oak Haven Ravens 1, 2. 

GARY W. ENGSTROM . . . Cedar Grove, N. J. 

ECONOMICS 
DKA. 

JACK W. ERTER Dalzell, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Sophomore Class Secretary; Junior Class Secretary; Senior 
Class Vice-Pre.sident: Tiger Brotherhood 3, 4; NS 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Corresponding Secretary 3; TAPS Activities Editor 3, Editor- 
in-Cbief 4; CDA Junior Staff 3. 

SAMUEL J. ERVIN, JR. . . . Hemingway, S. C. 
TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

• JAMES H. EVANS Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

MICHAEL C. FARMER .... LaFrance, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

HANS C. FEIGE Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

ECONOMICS 
TKA-DSR 3. 4, President 3. 4, Regional Secretary 4; PSA 
1. 2. 3, 4; YMCA 1. 2, 3. 4; Sophomore Council Secretary; 
lunior Council Secretary-Treasurer Senior Council Vice-Presi- 
llent; Debate Team 1 2. 3, 4; PreLaw Society 1, 2. 3, 4. 
President 3. 4; Clemson Players 1. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; 
Calhoun Forensic Society Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, 
President 4; Young Democrats 4. 

HERBERT P. FENNELL .... Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• JACKSON E. FIELDS, JR. . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

•GENE A. J. FINLEY Pickens, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

TIMOTHY P. FINN Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WAYNE B FISHER Anderson, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 



INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
TEXTILE SCIENCE 

• PEYTON B. FLORENCE . . Washington, D. C. 

ECONOMICS 

JAMES F. FOLSOM Adel, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM. 

RICHARD L. GARICK . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
KDX 3, 4; Block "C" Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CARLIS R. GIBSON Gaffney, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• BENNY E. GILLIARD .... Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Scabbard and Blade 4. 

PERRIN T. GLEATON .... Columbia, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
DMS-ROTC; AATT; KSN. 

DANIEL K. GODFREY . Charleston Heights, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LAWRENCE O.GOLDSTEIN . Spartanburg, S. C. 

TEXTILES 
Scuba Club 2, i, 4; Karate Club 2, 3. Secretary 2, 3. 

• LARRY F. GRANT Fort Mill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

EARL H. GRUBBS Barnwell, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Iota Lambda Sigma, Delta Sigma Nu; AG 3, 4, Pledge- 
master 3. 

JOHN G. GRUBBS Greenville, S. C. 

TEXTILE MANAGEMENT 

THOMAS E. HALL Martinsville, Va. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 3, 4; APO 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. 

• F. SCOTT HARDIGREE .... Hartwell, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DONALD A. HARPER .... Andrews, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
NS 1, 2. 3. 4; AFROTC 3, 4. 

HAROLD H. HARRISON, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
KSN I. 2. 3. 4, Secretary 4; BSU 1, 4; Economics Club 3, 4; 
Young Republicans 2, 3. 

ROGER M. HAZELWOOD . . . Hamilton, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
PKD. 

• LYKES S. HENDERSON, JR. . . Clinton, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Junior Honors Program 1, 2; AFROTC Scholarship 3, 4; 
SAM Outstanding Junior of the Year 3; Iota Mu Sigma 2, 
3, 4, President 4, Secretary 3; SAM 2, 3, 4, Program Chair- 
man 4; Young Republicans 2. 

GEORGE B. HILTON Anderson, S. C. 

TEXTILE MANAGEMENT 

JOHN K. HIND Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Iota Mu Sigma 3, 4, 

JAMES R. HINSON Lancaster, S. C. 

TEXTILE MANAGEMENT 
SAME 4; AATT 3, 4; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. 

• DANNY D. HOLMES Gaffney, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 2, 3. 4. 

JOHN A. HORTON III .... Durham, N. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Honors 1; High Honors 2, 3: ACC Scholastic Team 3; Phi 
Kappa Phi 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Gamma Beta Phi 
3, 4, Vice-President 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3. 4. Captain 4. 

CHARLES H. HOUCK .... Allendale, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

TERRY D. HOUSTON Pickens, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 





INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
TEXTILE SCIENCE 

• CALVIN L. HUDSON .... Asheville, N. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Pershing Rifles 1, 2. 

RICHARD H. HUDSON . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

PARRIS M. HUGHEY Clemson, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

RONALD D. HUGHEY Gaffney, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Iota Mu Sigma Scholarship Award 4; Iota Mu Sigma 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; SAM, Ratmaster 3, SAM Newsletter, Editor 
4; AFROTC 3, 4. 

• HAROLD A. HUNTER, JR. . . Silverstreet, S. C. 

TEXTILE MANAGEMENT 

JAMES C. HURST Chesterfield, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

STEPHEN F.HUTCHINSON . Summerville, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
CDA 3. 4; OKA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 4; Canterbury 
Club 1, 1. 

DAVID G. JACKEL W. Mifflin, Pa. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4. 

• HAROLD D. JACKSON . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Pershing Rifles; R. W. Simpson Award 1, 2, 3. 

WILLIAM T. JACKSON York, S. C. 

TEXTILES 
PKD. 

WILLIAM J. JAMES .... Toms River, N. J. 

INDl'STRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Baseball; Block "C" Club. 

JOHN L. JEFFCOAT, JR. . . . Swansea, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Honor Roll 3, 4; IME 3, 4; SAM 3, 4. 

• CARLTON E. JENKINS . . North Augusta, S. C. 

TEXTILE MANAGEMENT 

DANIEL R. JOHNSON Augusta, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 2. 

WILEY H. JOHNSON, JR. . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
PKD 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Hall Supervisor 3, 4; 
Basketball 1; ROTC 3, 4. 

JOHN R. JONES Rock Hill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

SAM 4. 

• RONALD W. JONES Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Baseball 1. 

STEPHEN L. JONES Andrews, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
SKE 2, 3. 4, Social Chairman 3, President 4. 

ROBERT M. JORDAN .... Hartsville, S. d 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Student Senate 4; AG 4; Young Republicans 3, 4, Treasurer 
4; TAPS Junior Staflf 4. 

THOM.\S L. JORDAN . . . Tangiers, Morocco 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• BRUCE L. KALLEY .... Cedarhurst, N. Y. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SA.VI 3, 4; Pershing Rifles 1; Weight Lifting Club 2, 4. 

CLIFFORD B. KAVAN . . . Garden City, N. Y. 

ECONOMICS 
Young Republicans 1. 2. 3, 4; APO 1. 2. 3, 4, Secretary 3; 
YMCA 3, 4; YMCA Handbook, Editor 3. 

WILLIAM J. KENNEDY HI . . Clemson, S. C. 

TEXTILE MANAGEMENT 
NS 1, 2, 3. 4. 5, 6. 

ROBERT J. KING River Edge, N. J. 

ECONOMICS 



INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
TEXTILE SCIENCE 

• GEORGE J. KNIGHT Vamville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ODIOUS O. KNIGHT, JR. . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
TEXTILES 

ROBERT M. KOGER Charleston, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Demolay Club 2, 3; YMCA 1, 2; CSO 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 
President 3, Vice-President 4; Economics Club 3, 4; Glee 
Club 3; ROTC Band I, 2. 

ROBERT F. KOLB Liberty, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Young Republicans 1, 2. 3, 4; BSU 1, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4. 

• PAUL J. KOZMA Staten Island, N. Y. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 
DPK; Block "C" Club. 

ARTHUR W. LaGRONE . . . Greenville, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Debate Team 3; SAM 4; Economics Club 2, 3; Student 
Senate 1; SKE 1, 2, 3, 4; Clerason Players 2, 3. 

WILLIAM D. LANGFORD .... Seneca, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

BRUCE N. LANIER West Point, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Tiger Brotherhood; DKA; Block "C" Club. 

• EDWARD B. LaROCHE . . . Gray Court, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Iota Mu Sigma 3. 

PETE L. LEWIS Falls Church, Va. 

ECONOMICS 
Economics Club; Chronicle Staff. 

FRED K. LINDER Clifton, S. C. 

TEXTILES 
AATT. 

MICHAEL S. LIPSCOMB . . . Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• EDWIN A. LODGEK .... Collingswood, N. J. 

ECONOMICS 
Baseball I. 2, 3; Block "C" Club 3, 4. 

FLOYD S. LONG Mauldin, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ANDREW B. LORD Burlington, Vt. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Clemson Little Theatre 3, 4. 

JOE H. LYNN Lancaster, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM Outstanding Sophomore; SAM Man of the Year 3; 
SAM 2. 3, 4, President 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4. 

• GERALD K. McALISTER . . . Anderson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

SAM 2, 3. 

GARY W. McCONNELL . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

J. BARRY McCRACKEN . . . Branchville, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Men's Residence Court, 4; AG 3, 4; Young Republicans 2, 
3. 4, President 4. 

JAMES F. McCURRY Belton, S. C. 

TEXTILE MANAGEMENT 
APO 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 3; AATT 2, 3, 4; SAM 
2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 3, 4. 

•JERRY E. McGEE Athens, Ga. 

ECONOMICS 

PETER C. McKINNEY .... Denmark, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
AFROTC; KDX. 

NANCY S. MALTHOUSE . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

JAMES K. MANER, JR Garnett, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 









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INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
TEXTILE SCIENCE 

• MARION L. MANNING . . Calhoun Falls, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

JAMES M. MARCENGILL . . Williamston, S. C. 

TEXTILES 
Callaway Educational Scholarship i; Sexdel-Woolcy Scholar- 
ship 4; Phi Psi 3, Treasurer 4; AATT 3, 4; Hall Monitor 
.'. 4. 

JOHN P. MATTISON Anderson, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

HARRY P. MAYNARD, JR. . . . Belmont, N. C. 

TEXTILES 
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Scholarship 3, 4; Phi Psi 4; SAM 
i; AATT 3, 4, President 4. 

• RICHARD C. MENTE Union, N. J. 

I.XDCSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Iota Mu Sigma; SAM; Economics Club; Circle "K" Club; 
NU Eps.lon, AFROTC. 

JOHN D. MERRILL, JR Greenville, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Economics Club. 

JOHN M. MILAM .... Sandy Springs, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

ROBERT W, MILLAR Pickens, S. C. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 
Ben and Kitty Gossett Scholarship 3, 4; AATCC 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4. 

• WILLIAM T. MILLS Monroe, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES A. MISHOE Columbia, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Beta Tau Sigma 2, 3. 4. 

HARRY L. MOORE Clemson, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Economics Club 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 2, President 4; Young 
Republicans 3. 4. 

HERBERT B. MOORE .... Rock Hill, S. C. 

TEXTILES 
AATCC 1. 2; SAZ I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; IFC 3; York 
County Club 2, 3. 

• HUGH F. MORGAN, JR Laurens, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
KSN. 

ROGER A. MUCKENFUSS . . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GROVER E. MYERS Portsmouth, Va. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Hish Court .Xttorney 4; APO 4; Tiger Band 2, 3. 4; Air 
Force Band 1, Drum Major 1. 

LYLE STANLEY NEELY . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

• RODNEY L. NELSON .... Norwalk, Conn. 

1NDUSTRI.\L MANAGEMENT 
Glcf Club 1; Skin Diving Club 1. 

IIMMY E. NOLAN Easley, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT -^ 

ALLEN O. NORRIS Walterboro, S. C. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 
.\.\T(.C; Sailing Club; Colleton County Club. 

H. CHRISTIAN NUCKOLS, JR. . Columbia, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
^•.\U■A Junior Council. President 3; SAM 4; KDX 1, 2, 3, 4; 
^'.^U■A J. 3. 

• PHILIP X. ODO^L JR Charleston, S. C. 

TEXTILE .MANAGEMENT 

CHRISTOPHER G. OLSON . . . Clemson, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Ec.Mi.iniics Cluh. 

lOHX E. PARKER Hampton. S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
KDX 1. 2. .1. 4. Treasurer 4. 

DOUGLAS E. PATTERSON . . Anderson, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
TEXTILE SCIENCE 

• WILLIAM M. PAYNE Donalds, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Young Republicans 2, 3, 4; Gamma Omega Phi 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4; Chronicle Staff 1, 2; Aero Club 3, 4. 

RICHARD E. PHILLIPS, JR. . . Walhalla, S. C. 

TEXTILES 
AATT. 

WILLIAM E. POTEAT . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 
AATCC 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC. 

JOHN H. PRICE Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM. 

•JOHN N. PURDY Atlanta, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Block "C" Club 2, 3; Track Manager 1, 2, 3. 

ADGER S. REEVES Greenville, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

PERRY H. REYNOLDS .... Anniston, Ala. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Tennis 3; Block "C" Club 2. 

BRUCE T. RHYNE College Park, Ga. 

ECONOMICS 
Mu Beta Psi 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; University Singers 
1. 2, 3. 4. 

• M. DOUGLAS RICE Clinton, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Honor Roll 2, 3; SAM 2, 4; Hall Monitor 3; Hall Supervisor 
4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CHARLES L. ROBERTS . . Travelers Rest, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Pershing Rifles 1; SAM 3, 4; Student 1, 2; Young Republi- 
cans 1, 2; Tiger Staff 1. 

EUGENE C. ROBINSON .... Clemson, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

RICHARD L. ROCHE Gaffney, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
DKA; Country Gentleman 4. 

• DAVID P. ROCHESTER .... Clemson, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
DKA 2, 3. 4, Social Chairman 3, 4; BSU, President 1; 
Economics Club 3, 4. 

ESTON L. RODGERS, JR. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Calhoun Literary Society 3, 4; Young 
Democrats Club 3, 4; SAM 3. 

JAMES C. ROETS Jupiter, Fla. 

ECONOMICS 
Central Spirit Committee 4, 5; Rat Court 5; PKD 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Country Gentleman 4; Head Cheerleader 5; Swimming 1, 2. 

JOHN P. ROQUEMORE . . . Bishopville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 4; Tiger Band 1, 2, 3; Circle "K" Club 3; Mu Beta 



CHARLES SACHSENMAIER III Marmora, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 2, 3, 4; DKA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Advanced ROTC 
3. 4. 

HORACE K. SANDERS, JR. . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JOHN H. SEGARS Darlington, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
DPK 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 4. 

EUGENE D. SEITER Westfield, N. J. 

ECONOMICS 
Skydivcrs Club 1; Sailing Team 1, 2, 3. 



WILLIAM M. SHARP .... Honea Path, S. C. 

TEXTILES 
S. C. Textile Management Assoc. Scholarship; Phi Psi, Presi- 
dent 4; AATT, Vice-President 4; Advanced ROTC. 

KENNETH W. SHEDD . . . Rockingham, N. C. 

TEXTILE MANAGEMENT 
AATT 1, 1. 3, 4, Secretary 4. 

THOMAS C. SHELTON . North Charleston, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LESTER P. SHERBERT . . . Woodruff, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 







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INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
TEXTILE SCIENCE 

• DANNY A. SHIVE Elberton, Ga. 

TEXTILES 
AATT 4, 5. 

JON E. SHULER Clemson, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
DMS; SAME 1, 2, 3; Economics Club 4; Student Senate 4; 
WSBF 1; DPK 1, 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 3, 4; Swimming 
Team 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JERRY J. SIMS Donalds, S.C. 

TEXTILE MANAGEMENT 

RONALD J. SMALL Hartsville, S. C. 

TEXTILES 
The Chemstrand Scholarship' 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Phi 
Psi 3, 4, Secretary 4; KDX 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 
i. 4. 

• BENNY C. SMITH Williamston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

SAM; IMS. 

CHARLES S. SMITH Inman, S. C. 

TEXTILES 

DONNY L. SMITH Rock Hill, S. C. 

TEXTILES 
I'KD, Treasurer; CDA, Vice-President. 

MELVIN L. SMITH Hartsville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• RICHARD L. SMITH Anderson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM C. SMITH Columbia, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

WILLIAM D. SMITH Columbus, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
KDX; Tiger Staff, Sports Editor. 

G. L. SNIPES, JR Seneca, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• CHARLES J. SNYDER .... Greenwood, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 3. 4; Advanced ROTC 3, 4. 

JOHN E. STEPP Clemson, S.C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 3. 4, Treasurer 3. 4; APO 2, 3, 4; YMCA 3; Wesley 
Foundation 1; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 1. 

KENNETH S. STEPP Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Jonathan Logan Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; Iota Mu Sigma 3, 4; 
Phi Kappa Phi 4; Young Republicans 1, 2, 3; SAM 3, 4; 
APO 4; Wesley Foundation 2, 3; YMCA 4; Soccer Club 2, 
3. 4. 

WILLIAM G. STEVENS .... Columbia, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

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• KENNETH M. SUGGS .... Anderson, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Tigerama 2; Student Body Secretary 3; SCSSL 2, 3; KSN 
1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; IFC 4. 

CHAS. T. SUTHERLAND, JR. . . Madison, N. C. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 
AATCC; Clemson Players 3, 4; International Club 2, 3, 4. 

JAMES R. SWAIN Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Economics Club; High Court Attorney. 

JACK B. SWERLING Belleville, N. J. 

ECONOMICS 
HillelBrandeis 1, 2, 3, 4; Economics Club 2, 3, 4. 

• WILLIAM R. THOMAS . . . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RYAN S. THROWER . . North Charleston, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GEORGE A. TODD Asheville, N. C. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

F. JOHN TOLLON .... Boynton Beach, Fla. 

ECONOMICS 
PKD. 



INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
TEXTILE SCIENCE 

• JAMES C. A. TOMLIN .... Chevy Chase, Md. 

ECONOMICS 
Counter-Guerrilla; ROTC, Company 4; Scuba Club. 

HENRY S. TRAMMELL . . . Charlotte, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; Tiger Staff. 

JERRY E. TRAPNELL Metter, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GERALD L. TRULUCK . . . Lynchburg, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM Corresponding Secretary. 

• DALE W. TURNER Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM; Amateur Radio Club, President 2, 3, 4; DeMolay Club 
Secretary-Treasurer 1, President 2. 

JAMES E. TURNER Marion, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ROBIN D. TURNER .... Anchorage, Alaska 
ECONOMICS 

WILLLAM T. UTTER Columbia, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Economics Club, Vice-President 3, 4. 

• JAMES A. VAUGHAN .... Greenville, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
Advanced ROTC 3, 4. 

JERRY WAYNE VAUGHN . . Lancaster, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM. Vice-President 4; Iota Mu Sigma. 

JAMES R. VINSON Greenville, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
BSU; Campus Crusade for Christ, 

JOHN H. WADDELL . . . Hendersonville, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
DPK 1, 2, 3. 4; IPC 3, 4. 

• DOUGLAS L. WALKER .... Kershaw, S. C. 

ECONO.MICS 
SKE; VMCA. 

JOSEPH L. WALKER, JR. . . Lake Wales, Fla. 

ECONOMICS 
Advanced ROTC 3, 4. 

MALCOLM B. WARD .... Darlington, S. C. 

INDl'STRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 2; Gamma Omega Phi 2; YMCA Council 1, 2. 

FREDERIC p. WARFIELD . . Westfield, N. J. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Swimming Team. 

• LAWRENCE R. WATSON . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
Block "C" Club. 

RAYMOND L. WEATHERS, JR. . Anderson, S- C. 

ECONOMICS 
Economics Club 3, 4; KEN. 

CHARLES H. WEST Clemson, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
PKD 3, 4, 5. 

RALPH C. WHITMIRE Easley, S. C. 

INDl'STRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• ALTON C. WHITLEY, JR. . . Lancaster, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 
AFROTC 1. 2, 3. 4; Arnold Air Society 4; Young Republicans 
2. 3, 4; Economics Club 2, 3, 4. 

BOB L. WIELENGA . . . North Hasledon, N. J. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
SAM 4; APO; Scuba Club 2; Clemson Players 2, 3, 4; Young 
Republicans 2, 3. 

DANNY R. WILSON Fort Mill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

PRINCE O. WILSON, JR. . . . Greenville, S. C. 
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• ROBERT M. WIXGARD . . . Greenville, S. C. 

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ROXALD A. WINGARD . . . Lexington, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ANDREW p. WISE Greenville, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

CHRISTOPHER G. WITESZEK . Charlotte, N. C. 
ECONOMICS 

• LENAIRE F. WOLFE .... Orangeburg, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GEORGE H. WOODLAND, JR. . Milwaukee, Wis. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LINDA S. YOUNG Selma, Ala. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

SUSAN L. ZEIGLER Macon, Ga. 

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J. he Clemson University junior is in a unique position; 
he is over the hump and headed for his goal . . . gradu- 
ation. Settling down to a definite major, participating in 
extracurricular activities, and fully appreciating the merits 
of his university are qualities to be found in a junior. As 
he travels the path toward senior year and completion of 
his college education, he is aware of the value of applied 
study as well as the benefits that friendships, good times, 
and social activities present. 

The juniors are always busy; their many projects in- 
clude the selling of book covers, providing entertainment 
through Junior Follies,, and organizing bar-b-cue dinners. 
Their big event comes at the end of the year when they 
honor the seniors by the Junior-Senior Banquet. 

Their junior year will be a replete one for the Class of 
'69. The greatest thrill, the one that compensates for all 
the heartbreaks of the first three years, comes to the junior 
when the day arrives in May and he can say "I am a 
Clemson senior." 



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JOHN ELLENBERG 
PresidL'nt 



CHIPPER ALLEN 
Treasurer 



RHETT MYERS 
Vice-President 




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JOHN J. ABBOTT Sumter, S. C. 

WILLIAM L. ABERCROMBIE . Easley, S. C. 
LARRY \V. ABERNATHY . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
LOUIS L. ABERXATHY . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
ALBERT \V. ABRAMS .... Lake City, S. C. 
EDGAR B. ABRAMS Anderson, S. C. 

JEFFREY R. ABRAMS . . . Eastover, S. C. 
BLR.XELLS ACCOMANDO . . Inwood, N. Y. 
PHILIP D. ACKERMAN . . St. George, S. C. 

HARRY P. ADAMS Saluda, S. C. 

JOHN K. ADAMS AsheviUe, N. C. 

RONALD P. ADDIS Seneca, S. C. 

JAMES C. ADDISON, JR. . . Allendale, S. C. 

WAYNE F. ADDY" Columbia. S. C. 

BRLXE B. ALBEA Clemson, S. C. 

MARION D. ALDRIDGE . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
FRED M. ALEXANDER, JR. . Abbeville, S. C, 
JOHN M. ALFORD Latta, S. C. 



GARY R. ALFRED Easley, S. C. 

CARL M. ALLEN .... Charleston, S. C. 
FRANKLIN C. ALLEN .... Greenville, S. C. 
X. SHERRY ALLEY .... Columbia, S. C. 
GEORGE N. ALLMAN, JR. . . . Hampton, Va. 
DAVID R. ALVERSON . . . Clemson, S. C. 



WILLIAM R. AMMONS .... Lugoff, S. C. 
PAUL D. AMOS . . . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
CAROLYN R. ANDERSON . N. Augusta, S. C. 
PHILIP L. ANDERSON . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
TERRY' F. ANDERSON . . Edwardsville, 111. 
VERNON W. ANOIS .... Mauldin, S. C. 



STANLEY B. ANGLE . . . Kingsport, Tenn. 
BJORN A. ANZEN .... Fagersta, Sweden 

BRENDA G. ARGO Toccoa. Ga. 

WILLIAM S. ARMSTRONG . Georgetown, S. C. 
DAVID C. ARNOLD . . . West Columbia, S. C. 
FRANK H. ARNOLD III . . . Charleston, S. C. 



CHARLES H. ARRINGTON . . Oakland, Fla. 

GARY J. ARTHUR Baltimore, Md. 

DOROTHY M. ASHFORD . . Columbia, S. C. 
RICHARD S. ASHMORE . . . Greenville, S. C. 

SCOTT S. ASKEW Miami, Fla. 

DON G. ASKINS Clemson, S. C. 



HARRY R. ASKINS . . 
MARTHA C. ATKINS 
CHARLES E. AUSBURN 
HARRY C. AVJNGER, JR. 
JOHN O. AVINGER . . . 
KENNETH D. AYERS . 



ROBERT w; AYERS . 
RODERICK G. AYERS, 
EDWIN F. BAILEY . 
TERRY C. BAILEY . 
GEOFFREY B. BAKER 
PAUL F. BAKER . . 



Lake City, S. C. 

Boonville, Ind. 
Greenville, S. C. 
irangeburg, S. C. 
rangeburg, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 



Orangeburg, S. C. 
. . Nichols, S. C. 



STEVEN W. BAKER . . 
FRED K. BALDWIN . . 
REBECCA BALLARD . . 
CATHERINE M. BALLAS 
DAVID M BALLENGER 
STEPHEN L. BARBERY . 



Lutherville, Md. 

. Taylors. S. C. 
. . Easley. S. C. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Charleston, S. C. 
Simpsonville, S. C. 



SAM M, BARFIELD 
DONNA M. BARKER 
JAMES F. BARKER 
MARY N. BARKER . 
JOHN L. BARNETT 



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Seneca, S. C- 
. St. Louis, Mo. 
Kingsport, Tenn. 

Tlinster. S. C. 

Seneca, S. C. 



THOMAS O. BARNWELL . Yonges Island, S. C, 



KENNETH M. BARRETT . . Rock Hill. S. C. 

GEORGE E BARTON Beaufort, S. C. 

DAVID L. BASKIN . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 
WILLIAM E. BATSON .... Pickens, S. C. 
JONATHAN BAUER .... Andrews, S. C. 
GEORGE F. BAUGHMAN . . Abbeville, S. C. 

HARRIS L. BEACH .... St. George, S. C. 
CHARLES P. BEAM .... Clemson, S. C, 

H. WAYNE BEAM Chester, S. C. 

W. DANIEL BEAMAN . . . Greenville, S. C. 
WILLIAM P. BECKHAM . . . Camden, S. C. 
PAUL D. BEDARD Greenville, S. C. 



WILLIAM A. BEHREXS . . . Piedmont, S. C. 
GREGG A. BELKNAY' . . . Charleston S. C. 

D. J. BELL Lodge, S. C. 

DAVID M. BELL Hartsville, S. C. 

GEORGE W. BELL Clinton, S. C 

JEFFERY W. BELL . . . College Park, Ga. 

RANDY L. BELL .... Greenwood, S. C. 

S. R. BELL Hartsville, S. C. 

JOHN W. BELLEISLE .... Decatar, Ga. 
RICHARD H. BELLFLOWER . Asheville, N. C 
GRETCHEN H. BELSER . - . Columbia, S. C. 
RONNIE S. BENJAMIN . . . Liberty, S. C. 



CHARLES A. BERKOVICH 
CARL T. BESSENT . . . 
LYNDA H. BETHEA . . . 
WILLIAM J. BLANKS . . 
GLENN A. BICKETT . . 



Washington, D. C. 

. Baltimore, Md. 

Cartersville, Ga. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

. . Chester, S. C. 



THOMAS E. BIECHLIN .... Evans, Pa. 



WINFRED B. BIERLEY 
WILLIAM E. BISHOP . 
DENNY E. BLACK . . 
JOEL A. BLACK . . . 
TERRY G. BLACKMON . 
JAMES M. BLACKWELL 



. Clemson, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Honca Path. S. C. 

Warrenville, S. C. 

. . Gaffney, S. C. 



ROBERT W. BLACKWELL . Tigerville, S. C. 
WILLIAM R. BLACKWELL . . Clinton, S. C. 
EBER J. BLACKWOOD .... Inman, S. C. 

E. DEAN BLAIR Greenville, S. C. 

R. C. BLAIR Columbia, S. C. 

LEWIS D. BLAKE Clemson, S. C. 

THOMAS L. BLAKE .... Burgaw, N. C. 

ALEE D. BLALOCK Clemson, S. C. 

RONNIE T. BLUME .... Anderson, S. C. 

JAY C. BOBO Anderson, S. C. 

ROBERT F. BOCK Clemson, S. C. 

JOHN K. BOLAND . . . N. Augusta, S. C. 



RICHARD W. BOLDING . 
CHARLES E. BOLEN . . 
RICHARD G. BOLT . . 
HORACE W. BONEKAT 
JAMES R. BONNETT . 
THOMAS E. BONNETTE 



Daytona Beach, Fla. 
. Orangeburg. S. C. 
. Greenwood, S. C. 

. . Broomall, Pa. 

. . Taylors, S. C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 




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JAMES E. BOSTIC, JR. . . Bennettsvillc, S. C. 
HEYWARD H. BOUKNIGHT . Columbia, S. C. 
DEWEY K. BOWEN . . . Westminster, S. C. 

GUERY A. BOWERS Union, S. C. 

STEPHEN A. BOWIE .... Liberty, S. C. 
HERBERT E. BOYD, JR. . . Asheville, N. C. 



JUUAN L. BOYLES . . Winston-Salem, N. C. 

JOHN T. BOZARD Cameron, S. C. 

JOHN B. BRACHT .... Silver Spring, Md. 
DEWEY M. BRACKEN . . . Piedmont, S. C. 
JAMES W. BRACKEN . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
DORIS M. BRADBERRY' . . Williamston, S. C. 



JIMMY P. BRADLEY Albany, Ga. 

WILLIAM F. BRANDT .... Easley, S. C. 
FREDERICK C. BRANDYBURG, Columbia. S. C. 
J. J. BREWIXGTOX, JR. . Cross Anchors, S. C. 
FRANK K. BRIDWELL .... Taylors, S. C. 
STEPHEN P. BRIGHT .... Greer, S. C. 



JAMES K. BRINKLEY . . . Columbia, S. C. 

PASCAL S. BROCK Belton, S. C. 

GERALD E. BROCKENFELT . Charleston, S. C. 
LINDA F. BROOKS .... Pendleton, S. C. 
NIGEL R. BROOKS .... Baltimore, Md. 
ROBERT A. BROOKS, JR. . . Landrum, S. C. 



ALBERT M. BROWN . . Hales Comers, Wise. 

EDDIE BROWN Elliot, S. C. 

FRANK T. BROWN Laurens, S. C. 

HUGH C. BROWN .... McCormick, S. C. 

JERRY S. BROWN Beaufort, S. C. 

LEWIS E. BROWN Ehrhardt, S. C. 

DONALD L. BRUCE Greer, S. C. 

JAMES A. BRUCE. JR. . . . Lake View. S. C. 
WILLIAM H. BRUGGEMAN . Clemson. S. C. 
STEPHEN S. BRUNO . . . CartersviUe, Ga. 
FURMAN D. BRYANT .... Sumter, S. C. 
MAX V. BRYANT, JR Sumter, S. C. 

NORMAN K. BRYANT . . . Rock Hill. S. C. 
JAMES R. BUCHANAN . . Greenwood, S. C. 

JAMES A. BUCK Sumter, S. C. 

AL L. BUCKALEW .... Columbia, S. C. 
DOUGLAS R. BUCKER . . . Clemson, S. C. 
PHILIP G. BUCKHIESTER . Piedmont, S. C. 



EMMA JANE BUCKLAND . . Boone, N. C. 
JAMES L. BUCKNER .... Valdosta, Ga. 
DAVID E. BULLARD .... Jackson, S. C. 

HELEN L. BUNCH Suffolk, Va. 

NORMAN L. BURCH .... Lake City, S. C. 
GLENN G. BURDETTE . . . Greenville, S. C. 

HARVEY R BURGESS York, S. C. 

RICHARD H. BURGESS .... Athens, Ga. 
WARREN A. BURGESS . . . Greenville, S. C. 
GRADY S. BURGNER . . . Chattanooga. Tenn. 
GEORGE P. BURNETT . . . Dallas, Texas 
JOHN M. BURNS Macon, Ga. 

CHARLES F. BUSCH .... Walhalla, S. C. 
RONALD J. BUSHE . . . Westminster, S. C. 
ORREN E. BYRD, JR. . . . Hartsville, S. C. 

BARRY J. BYRON Concord, N. H. 

WILLIAM J. BYRUM . . . Anderson, S. C. 
GEORGE J. CABRERA . . . Franklin, N. Y. 



JAMES V. CAGGIANO . . . Cowpens, 

JOHNNY L. CAGLE Cayce, 

JAMES E. CALDWELL, JR. . . Belton, 
WILLIAM L. CALKINS . . Winnsboro, 
SAMUEL L. CALLICOTT . . Ninety Six, 
TERRY L. CAMERON . . . Ninety Six, 



JERRY F. CAMPBELL . . 
ARTHUR W. CAMPBELL . 
ROY W. CAMPFIELD . . . 
HAROLD S CANDLER . . 
JAMES G. CANTRELL . . 
WENDELL G. CANTRELL 



Landrura, S. C. 

. St. Mary's, Ga. 

Rock Hill, S. C. 

ath Springs, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 



ROBERT J. CARICATO . . . Plainview, N. Y. 

JOHN E. CARDER Lewistown, Pa. 

HAROLD A. CAREY, JR. . . . Seneca, S. C. 
ROBERT D. CAREY . . Farmingdale. N. Y. 
KATINA G. CARLSON . . . Clemson, S. C. 
BECKY S. CARLTON .... Mullins, S. C. 



STEPHEN D, CARPENTER 
SHARON J. CARRINGTON 
JAMES M. CARROLL . . 
JOSEPH A. CARROLL . . 
VIRGINIA E. CARROLL . 
CYNTHIA E. CARROW . 



VALERIE J. CARSON . 
RAY O. CARTER . . . 
MICHAEL L. CASEY . 
DONALD B. CASHIN . 
DAVID P. CATANZARO 
JAMES R. CATHEY . 



. Anderson, S. C. 
Kannapolis, N. C. 

. Florence, S. C. 

. Chester, S. C. 

Augusta, Ga. 

. Absecon, N. J. 



Walterboro, S. C. 
. Columbia, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

. . Belton, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 



JAMES C. CATOE, JR. . . . Kershaw, 

RONNIE J. CATOE Kershaw, 

JOHN E. CELY Columbia, 

GEORGE L. CHANDLER . . . Belton, 
ROBERT P. CHAPLIN III . . Ravanel, 
SARA E. CHAPMAN Pelzer, 



S. C. 
S. C. 



KENNETH L. CHAPPELL 
WILLIAM P. CHARPING 
JAMES V. CHICK, JR. . . 
TAMES G. CHILDRESS . 



Central, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C, 

Rock Hill, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 



HARRY E. CHILDS Clemson, S. C. 

LOIS L. CHISMAN Clemson, S. C. 



T. D. CHRISTOPHER, JR. . . Barnwell, S. C. 
ROBERT N. CHURCH . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
DAVID R. CLARK .... Greenville. S. C. 
F. SUZANNE CLARK . . . Johnston, S. C. 

ALFRED R. CLARKE McColl, S. C. 

DAVID R. CLARKE .... Greenville, S. C. 

ROBERT B. CLARKSON . . . Sumter, S. C. 

JACK R CLARY' Gaflfney, S. C. 

RICHARD F. CLASSEY . N. Wilkcsboro, N. C. 
THOMAS J. CLAYTON . . Campobcllo, S. C. 
JAMES H. CLEVELAND . . . Seneca, S. C. 
DALE T. COBB, JR San Juan, P. R. 

STYLES F COBB Starr, S. C. 

ROBERT M. COCHRAN .... Union. S. C. 
JOHN E. COCKCROFT . Moncks Comer, S. C. 
JOE B. COCKFIELD . . . Abbeville, S. C. 
WILLIAM T. COFFEY .... Aiken. S. C. 
TOM A. COKER .... Granitcville, S. C. 







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GEORGE E. COLEMAN . 
L. M. COLEMAN III . . 
JENNINGS B. COLLINS . 
RICHARD L. COLTMAN . 
LESLIE K. COMPTON . . 
MARSHALL W. CONDREY 



Laurens, S. C. 

. Lake City, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

Pendleton, S. C. 



GERALD VV. CONE ... 
THOMAS F. COOK . . . Fort Worth, Texas 
CHARLES DAVID COOPER . Winter Park, Fla. 
WILLIAM W. COOPER . N. Charleston, S. C. 
SAMUEL F. COPELAND . . Bamberg, S. C. 
HERBERT T. CORBETT, JR. . Springfield, S. C. 



CHARLES M. CORNISH . . Greenville, S. C. 
JOHN B. CORNWELL III . Spartanburg, S. C. 
BENJAMIN A. COTHRAN, Hickam AFB, Hawaii 
SHIRLEY A. COUCH . . . Williamston, S. C. 
JONATHAN J. COUCHELL . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ROBERT J. COUNTS Ocala, Fla. 



GEORGE M. COVINGTON 
JERRY J. COX .... 
JOHN T. COXEY . . . 
ROBERT M. CRAIG, JR. . 
ROBERT M. GRAIN . . . 
WILLIAM T. GRAIN . . 



Norway, S. C. 

Taylors, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Port St. Joe, Fla. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. . Greer, S. C. 



JOHN R. CRAMMER . . 
CHARLES M. CRAVEN . 
JACK C. CREAMER . - 
DAN C. CRENSHAW . . 
DAVID L. CRENSHAW . 
WILLIAM R. CRENSHAW 



ROBERT M. CRISP . 
WILSON W. CROPP . 
WALTON A. CROSBY 
CAREN CROUCH . . 
RICHARD H. CROUCH 
WADE C. CROW . . 



Anderson, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 

Kershaw, S. C. 

Kershaw, S. C. 
. Clenjson, S. C. 



. Asheville, N. C. 

Charlotteville, Va. 
Yemassee, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 
. . Saluda, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



WILLIAM P. CROW .... Columbia, S. C. 
GERALD L. CULLER . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
JOSEPH W. CULLOM . . . Allendale, S. C. 

JOHN S. GULP Fort Mill, S. C. 

FRED E. CULVERN III . . . Columbia, S. C. 
WILLIAM V. CUMMINGS . Spartanburg, S. C. 

DENNIS L. CURL Baltimore, Md. 

HRIAN S. DANTZLER .... Cameron, S. C. 

LEWIS C. DASE Gaffney, S. C. 

GLEN G. DAVES .... Summerville, S. C. 
JOHN RAYMOND DAVEY N. Arlington, N. J. 
DANNY R. DAVIS Pelzer, S. C. 

JAMES M. DAVIS Greer. S. C. 

JULIAN W. DAVIS II . . Westminster, S. C. 
WILLIAM D. DAVIS .... Gaffney. S. C. 
AWTRV S. DAWES .... Greenville, S. C. 
TKAVLS S. DAWKINS . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
JOSEPH C. DAWSEY Aynor. S. C. 



DAVID L. DEAN . . 
WILLIAM E. DEAN, JR. 
HARRY J. DEGEAR . . 
JEROME K. DEGEN 
ARTHUR B. de LASKI . 
WAYNE J. DEMSCAD 



/arrenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Sumter, S. C. 
ay Village, Ohio 
Metuchen, N. J. 



ROBERT T. DENNIS . . . 
HENRY G. DENTON . . . 
TILLMAN W. DERRICK, JR. 
WILLIAM C. DEVEL . . . 
MARION R. DEWITT, JR. . . 
ED, W. DICKERSON. JR. . 



. Rembert, S. C, 

. Lancaster, S. C. 

. Ft. Mill, S. C. 

Sumter, S. C. 

Darlington, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 



KITTY S. DILL Greenville, S. C 

WILLIAM R. DILL . . . . Greenville, S. C. 

JESSE F. DILLARD Taylors, S. C. 

MARTHA R. DINWIDDIE . . . Clemson, S. C. 

BRUCE M. DIXON Clinton, S. C. 

ROBERT M. DIXON .... Sumter, S. C. 



MARTHA A. DOBBINS 



Fountain Inn, S. C. 



RICHARD G. DOBBINS . . Townville, S. C. 
WILLIAM L. DOBBINS, JR. . Anderson, S. C. 
JOHN E. DORN, JR. . . . McCormick, S. C. 
DAVE S. DOUGHTY . . . Uniontown, Ohio 
HEYWARD B. DOUGLASS . . Columbia, S. C. 



THOMAS E. DOWLING 
THOMAS P. DOWLING 
DAVID R. DOVER . . 
BRIAN E. DOYLE . . 
JUDSON H. DRENNAN 
STEPHEN N. DUBAY . 



EDWARD M. DuBOSE, JR. 
HARRY M. DuBOSE . . . 
RONALD E. DUCWORTH 
ROBERT M. DULIN, JR. . 
ALBERT D. DUNAWAY . 
DANIEL E. DUNCAN . . 



. . . Clio, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. . Closter, N. J. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 
Lancaster, S. C. 



Oswego, S. C. 
Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
. Anderson, S. C. 
3owling Green, S. C, 
. . Clemson, S. C. 
. . Pageland, S. C. 



DAVID K. DUNCAN Sharon. S, C. 

ROY C. DUNHAM . . . Poughkeepsia. N. Y. 
KATHERINE L. DUPRE . . New Orleans. La. 
DONALD D. DURHAM . . . Piedmont, S. C. 

DAVID G. DUTT York, Pa. 

SAMUEL P. DYER Baltimore, Md. 



JAMES S. EAKES .... Pendleton, S. C. 
CONLEY L. EASLER, JR. . Spartanburg, S. C. 
TERRY M. EASLER . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
PAUL C. ECKARD . . Connelly Springs. N. C. 
LEWIS D. ECKLEY . . . Bishopville. S. C. 
GORDON R. EDGIN Alton, Mass. 



ROBERT M. EDNEY . . Hendersonville. N. C. 

EVA S. EDWARDS Saluda, S. C. 

JAMES H. EDWARDS .... Saluda, S. C. 
RICHARD L. EDWARDS . . . Brevard, N. C 
STANLEY B. EDENS . . Moncks Corner, S. C. 
JAMES C. EISENMANN . . Charleston, S. C. 



WESLEY D. EIDSON . . 


Kannapolis. 


N. C. 


JAMES H. ELROD. JR. . 


Piedmont, 


S. C. 


LAURENCE B. ELLEFSON 


. Spartanburg, 


S. C. 


JOHN F. ELLENBERG . . 


Greenwood, 


S. C. 


HEYWARD D. ELLIOTT . 


. . Camden, 


S. C. 


JOHN E. ELLIOTT . . . 




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ROBERT E. ELLIS, JR. . 


. Greenville, 


s. c. 


RONALD L. ELLIS . . . 


Essex Falls, 


N. I. 


JOHNNY M. EMBLER . . 


. Townville, 


S. c. 


SAM J. ENIS. JR. . . . 


Charleston, 


S. c. 


JOHN E. ENSLEN . . . . 


. Wetumpka 


I, Ala. 


LAMAR H. ENTREKIN . 


Liberty, 


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MARY R. ETHER .... Anderson, S. C. 
WILLIAM M. ETHEREDGE . Columbia, S. C. 
CHARLES D. ETHREDGE . . Charleston, S. C. 

PAM D. E\'ANS Aiken, S. C. 

GEORGE T. FABIAN .... Charleston, S. C. 
BERNARD C. FAGAN . . Cliffwood Beach, N, J. 



LYLE VV. FAIREY 



Orangeburg, S. C. 



PHILIP W. FAIREY .... Columbia, S. C. 

DUANE L. FALLS Clover, S. C. 

JOSEPH T. FAMBROUGH . . . Atlanta, Ga. 
CALVIN L. FARMER .... Greenville, S. C. 
TRAVIS L. FARMER .... Abbeville, S. C. 



JAMES A. FERGUSON .... Anderson, S. 
THOMAS W. FERGUSON . GraniteviUe, S. 
RICHARD G, FESSLER . . Charleston, S. 
JOAN C. FEWELL .... Beaufort, S. 
JOSEPH D. FICKLING . . . Lancaster, S. 
EBB H. FIELD Seneca, S. 



JANE L. FIFE Clemson, S. C. 

GEORGE E. FINKELSTEIN . Orangeburg, S. C. 

VIKARY E. FINS Columbia, S. C. 

THOMAS M. FITTS Gaston, S. C. 

CARLTON G. FLEETWOOD . . Aiken, S. C. 
NICHOLAS FLETCHER . . . Charlotte, N. C. 

JAMES E. FLOYD Conway, S. C. 

JONATHAN B. FLOYD . . . Silverstreet, S. C. 
HAROLD W. FOLK .... Pendleton, S. C. 
JOSEPH J. FORBES . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
DENNIS L. FORD .... Pinopolis, S. C. 
WILLIAM J. FORD, JR. . . Charleston, S. C. 



MICHAEL W. FOSTER . . 


West Union, S. C. 


MICHAEL H. FOWLER . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


FIKE W. FOWLER . . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


ARTHUR K. FOX . . . . 


. Pendleton, S. C. 


JAMES R. FOY 


. Newberry, S. C. 


DELANO V. FRALEY . . 


. . Florence, S. C. 


JAMILE J. FRANCIS . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


JEFFREY W. FRANK . . 


. Lakewood, N. J. 


JOHN H. FRANK . . . 


. Darlington, S. C. 


ALAN R. FRANKLIN . . 


Clemson, S. C. 


STEPHEN D. FRASER . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


EDWARD E. FREIT, JR. 


. Lakewood, N. J. 


HARRIET A. FRIPP . . . 


Ridge Spring, S. C. 


DONALD C. FROST, JR. 


. . Macon, Ga. 


DANIEL L. FRY . . . . 


. Kingstree, S. C. 


CHARLES T. FULLER, JR. 


. Greenwood, S. C. 


DONALD C. FULMER . 


. Wagener, S. C. 


FELTON T. FULMER . 


. Williston, S. C. 


JOHN B. FULMER . . . 


Lancaster, S. C. 


JOHNNY H. FULMER . . 


. Orangeburg, S. C. 


MARY R. FUNDERBURK 


. . Chester, S. C. 


GEORGE W. GAILLARD . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


THOMAS K. GAITHER . 


. Fort Mill, S. C. 


JOHN W. GAMBRELL . 


. Great Falls, S. C. 


WILLIAM A. GAMBRELL 


. . Donalds, S. C. 


PHILLIP H. GANDY . . 


. Hartsville, S. C. 


DAVID J. GANGEMI . . 


. . . Arden, Del. 


ROBERT D. GANTT . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


K. H. GARTLAND . . . 


. . Arlington, Va. 


WAYNE R. GARLAND . 


. . Upton, Mass. 



RICHARD M. GARRIS . . . Marion, S. C. 
JANET K. GARRISON . . . Johnston, S. C. 

ALBERT V. GARY Augusta, Ga. 

MILTON A. GATLIN . . . Newberry, S. C. 
HUGH L. GAULT .... Fountain Inn, S. C. 
JOHN M. GAULT III . . . Jonesville, S. C. 



JOHNNY S. GENTRY . 
RICHARD H. GENTRY . 
NICHOLAS P. GETTYS 
CHARLES W. GIBSON 



Spartanburg, S. C. 

Bishopville, S. C. 

. . Lugoff, S. C. 

. Wabam, Mass. 



GARY J. GIEGERICH Euclid, Ohio 

HAROLD E. GILBERT .... Liberty, S. C. 



WILLIAM H. GILBERT .... Atlanta, Ga. 

JO E. GILL Walhalla, S. C. 

ANN T. GILREATH .... Anderson, S. C. 
JAMES F. GILREATH. JR. . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
CONNIE L. GILSTRAP . . . Brevard, N. C. 
OSCAR J. GILSTRAP .... Seneca, S. C. 



RICHARD B. GILPIN, JR. . . Savannah, Ga. 
WILBOR N. GINN .... Bethlehem, Md. 
WILLIAM E. GLAZENER . . Greenville, S. C. 

JANET B. GLENN Clemson, S. C. 

JOHN W. GLENN Anderson, S. C. 

SAMUEL A. GLENN .... Fair Play, S. C. 



WILLIAM K. GLENN, JR. 
CHARLES D. GODSEY . 
PHILLIP C. GOFF . . . 
THOMAS M. GOFORTH . 
ALAN GOLDFARB . . . 
LEWIS W. GOLDSTEIN . 



. . Starr, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 

Blythewood, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 
Miami Beach, Fla. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



IRWIN GOODMAN .... Charleston, S. C. 
MERRITT R. GOODMAN, JR., MooresviUe, N. C. 
ROBERT H. GOODSON, JR. . Hartsville, S. C. 
GEORGE A. GORE .... Columbia, S. C. 
ROBERT D. GOSHORN . . Summerville, S. C. 
DOUGLAS H. GRANT .... Clemson, S. C. 



EDWARD J. GREENE 
PATRICIA E. GREENFIELD 
EDMUND B. GREGORIE . 
CHARLES R. GREGORY . . 
WILLIAM W. GREGORY . 
WARREN W. GRESHAM . . 



THOMAS W. GRIEVE, JR. 
HERMAN O. GRIFFIN . . 
JOH M. GRIFFIN ... 
THOMAS E. GRIMES III . 
WILLIAM C. GRUBER . . 
JAMES A. GULLEDGE III 



Spruce Pine, N. C. 

. . Clemson, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

Laurens S. C. 

Inraan S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 



Uniondale, N. Y. 
Fort Mill, S. C. 
lew Orleans, La. 
Columbia, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Sumter, S. C. 



ROBERT B. GUNTER, JR. . Spartanburg, S. C. 
GLEN S. HADEN .... Wiesbaden, Germany 

IRA V. HAGER Laurel, Del. 

HENRY T. HAHN .... Greenwood, S. C. 
DEAN A. HALEDJIAN .... Teaneck, N. J. 
ARCHIBALD B. HALL . . Pawleys Island, S. C. 



TOMMY M. HALL .... Vaucluse, S. C. 
BEAUFORT C. HALLMAN, JR., Denmark, S. C. 
VELMA A. HALLMAN . . . Anderson, S. C. 
DENNIS N. HALTIWANGER . Little Mtn., S. C. 
ROBERT B. HAMBRIGHT . . . Grover, N. C. 
GEORGE E. HAND Seneca, S. C. 




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CLYDE W. HANES . . . 


Holly Hill, S. C. 


SIDNEY I. HANKINS . . . 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


JAMES \V. HANNAH . . 


. . Greer, S. C. 


CHARLES M. HARBIN . , 


Greenville, S. C. 


HUGH V. HARBORT , . 


Columbia, S. C. 


CAROLINE C. HARDAWAY 


. Charlotte, N. C. 


WADE HARDIE .... 


Spruce Pine, N. C. 


DAVID L. HARDIN . . 


. Cleveland, S. C. 


REGINALD G. HARGROVE 


. Greenville, S. C. 


FRANCES N. HARMON . . 


. Clemson, S. C. 


RUDOLPH C. HARRINGTON 


. Winnsboro, S. C. 


DAVID C. HARRIS . . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


ROBERT H. HARRIS . . 


. . Atlanta, Ga. 


SANDRE L. HART . . . 


. Walhalla, S. C. 


THOMAS F. HASH . . . 


Easton, Md. 


RONALD ]. HATHAZY . . 


. Pittsburgh, Pa. 


DAVID N. HAUSEMAN . 


. . Akron, Ohio 


DAVID M. HANSEN . . . 


. Clemson, S. C. 



HELEN F. HAWKINS .... Central, S. C. 
JEFFREY L. HAWTHORNE . . . Mt. Joy, Pa. 
BARBARA JEAN HAYNES . . St. Paul, Minn. 
STEPHEN J. HAYNES . . Summerville, S. C. 
DOUGLAS K. HAYTHORNE . . Hampton, Va. 
JAMES D. HEAD Greenville, S. C. 



KEITH F. HEINTZ . . 
ERIKA A. HELPER . 
DONALD R. HELLER . 
PATRICIA A. HELLER 
ROBERT A. HENNING . 
HOWARD M. HERRON 



ew Providence, N. J. 
. . Columbia, S. C. 
Stroudsburg, Pa. 
Sandy Springs, S. C. 
. South Plains, N. J. 



Cle: 



, S. C. 



GORDON L. HESSE .... Laualette, N. J. 
JAMES E. HEYWARD . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
ALAN B. HIATT .... Greenville, S. C. 

GRAY M. HILL Flat Rock, N. C. 

THOMAS M. HILL Union, S. C. 

KENNETH F. HINES .... Greenville, S. C. 



CLINTON R. HINSON . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


STEPHEN L. HINSON . . 


Macon, Ga. 


CHARLES R. HIPP . . . 


. Clemson, S. C. 


STEPHEN L. HIXON . . 


. Hartsville, S. C. 


GEORGE H. HOFFMEYER 


. Pendleton, S. C. 


RONALD J. HOGG . . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


JAMES 0. HOLCOMBE . . 


. . Easley, S. C. 


JAMES R. HOLCOMBE . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


CHARLES H. HOLLADAY . 


Sumter, S. C. 


CHARLES R. HOLLAND . 


. . Clinton, S,^. 


EDWARD P. HOLLIDAY . 


. . Central, S. C. 


ELAINE R. HOLLIDAY . . 


, . Seneca, S. C. 



WILLIAM S.' HOLLIDAY . . . Seneca, S. C. 
DAVID O. HOLMAN . . . Timmonsville, S. C. 
FRANK K. HOLMAN .... Sumter, S. C. 
MARY S. HOLTON .... Columbia, S. C. 

JAMES D. HOOD Greenville, S. C. 

ROBERT E. HOPE .... Rock Hill, S. C. 

JOHN C HORTON Kershaw, S. C. 

SANFORD HOUCK EMoree. S. C. 

CHARLES I. HOUSTON . . Charleston, S. C. 
STEPHEN G. HOWARD .... Greer, S. C. 
GEORGE D. HOWELL . . . Asheville, N. C. 
JOHN R. HOWELL .... Williston, S. C. 



W. H. HOWELL Clerason, S. C. 



HOWARD R. HOWES . 
JULIOS C. HUBBARD . 
CHARLES B. HUCKABY 
JAMES W. HUCKABY . 
BARBARA A. HUDGENS 



CLEVELAND A. HUEY 



Stratford, Conn. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

Toccoa, Ga. 

Roebuck, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 



Clemson, S. C. 



JAMES P. HUFF Anderson, 

JAMES R. HUFFMAN . . . Greenville 

LARRY R. HUFFMAN . . . Greenville 

CURTIS S. HUFFSTETLER . ■ EUoree 

WILLIAM M. HUGHES . . . Marion 



DAVID S. HUMBERD . . . Cleveland, Tenn. 
K. A. HUMPHREY . . Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. 
HELEN M. HUNNICUTT . . . Clemson, S. C. 
CARRELL A. HUNTER . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
CHARLES W. HUNTER . Sandy Springs, S. C. 
JOSEPH J. HUNTER .... Greenville, S. C. 



PATRICK W. HUNTLEY . . Asheville, N. C. 

ROGER O. HUTTO Cameron, S. C. 

GREGORY S. HYATT .... Wayne, Pa. 

TOY W. HYDER Inman, S. C. 

GARY S. INDYK . . . W. Patterson, N. J. 
DANA L, JACKEL Atlanta, Ga. 



JOHN D. JACQUES . . 


. . Ridgewood, N. J. 


DANIEL R. JACKSON . 


Anderson. S. C. 


GLEN J. JACKSON . . 


Clemson, S. C. 


JACKIE L. JACKSON . 


. . . Marion, S. C. 


RYAN T. JACKSON . . 


. . Qemson, S. C. 


THOMAS C. JACKSON . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


RONALD D. JAMES . 


. . . Central, S. C. 


GERARD C. JEBAILY . 


Florence, S. C. 


JOHN T. JEFFERS . . 


Florence, S. C. 


ALBERT E. JEFFORDS 


. . Lake City, S. C. 


ALTON E. JEFFORDS . 


Lamar, S. C. 


FRANCIS A. JEFFRIES 


. . . Columbia, S. C. 


ARCADA F. JENKINS . 


Summerville, S. C. 


ARTHUR W. JENKINS 


. . . Clemson, S. C. 


HOWELL E. JENKINS . 


. . Summerville, S. C. 


GERALD M. JENNINGS 


. Ware Shoals, S. C. 


CHERYL D. JENSEN . 


. Myrtle Beach, S. C. 


DANIE A. JOHNSON . 


. . Asheville, N. C. 


DON K. JOHNSON . . 


. . Simpsonville, S. C. 


GARY M. JOHNSON . 


Greenville, S. C. 


HAROLD L. JOHNSON . 


, . . Alexandria, Va. 


HAROLD W. JOHNSON . 


Sullivans Island, S. C. 


PETER H. JOHNSON . 


. . Glen Heand, N. J. 


WILLIAM A. JOHNSON 


. . . Columbia, S. C. 


DOUGLAS C. JOHNS . 


. . . Taylors, S.C. 


JAMES A. JOHNS . . 


Timonium, Md. 


ALAN JOHNSTONE . . 


. . Orangeburg, S. C. 


ROGER D. JOLLEY . . 


. . Columbia, S. C. 


ALBERT B. JOLLY . . 


. . Greenville, S. C. 


CARL H. JONES . . 


. . Great Falls, S. C. 


CLYDE H. JONES . . 


Batesburg, S. C. 


DOUGLAS W. JONES . 


. . . Columbia, S. C. 


EVANDER S. JONES . 


. . . Nichols, S. C. 


HOWARD M. JONES . 


. . Greenville, S. C. 


JAMES W. JONES . . 


. Travelers Rest, S. C. 


KENNETH H. JONES . 


. . . Pickens, S. C. 




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MARILYN J. JONES . . Rocky Mount, N. C. 
PEGGY A. JONES .... Charlotte, N. C. 
RICHARD M. JONES .... Greenville, S. C. 

ROY A. JONES Clemson, S. C. 

TAYLOR B. JONES .... Florence, S. C. 
THOMAS L. JONES .... Clemson, S. C. 

TONY A. JONES .... Charleston, S. C. 

JOHN C. JORDAN Olanta, S. C. 

WILLIAM F. JORDAN . . . Greenville, S. C. 
JAMES C. JOWERS .... Angelas, S. C. 

DENNIS L. JOYE Oemson S. C. 

RICHARD A. KABA .... Mathews, N. C. 

DON S. KAHLER Kershaw, S. C. 

GEORGE F. KAMMOUN . . Tripole, Lebanon 
WASHINGTON R. KEELS . . Pinewood, S. C. 
CRAWFORD M. I KEESE . . Westminster, S. C. 
WILLIAM N. KELLAHAN . . Kingstree. S. C. 
ISAAC L. KELLER .... Clemson, S. C. 



MARIC E. KELLY . . 
DONALD R. KENNDY 
SAMUEL D. KENNETTE 
DELORED A. KIMES 
HARVEY J. KINDER . . 
JAMES M. KING . . . 



Plainfield, N. J. 
Clemson, S. C. 



Columb 
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1, S. C. 
e, S. C. 



Orangeburg, S. C. 



PAMELA J. KING . 
ANDERSON M. KINGHORN . 
JAMES B. KINGHORN . . . 
JAMES R. KIRBY .... 
WILLIAM H. KIRBY .... 
KENNETH M. KIRKPATRICK 



Simpsonville, S. C. 
ufort, S. C. 
ufort, S. C. 



Fortham, S. C. 



WILLIAM O. KIRKPATRICK . Florence, S. C. 



KEITH J. KISKEL . . 
RONNIE KITCHENS . . 
JOHN L. KLINTWORTH 
THOMAS S. KLUGH . . 
LARRY R. KNIGHT . . 



MARGARET A. KNIGHT 
DONALD B. KNUDSON 
KENARD M. KNUST . . 
ALAN W. KUESTER . 
EVRON M. LAITACA . 
MICHAEL A. LAKE . 



ROBERT J. LAKE . 
DAVID M. LANDERS 
JANE C. LANE . . 
JOHN T. LANFORD . 
LINDA J. LANHAM . 
JEFFEREY J. LAPIN 



Livingston, N. J. 
Chamblee, Ga. 
Charleston, S. C. 
. Clemson, S. C. 
Holly Hill, S. C. 



Williamston, S. C. 



Charlotte, N. C. 
. Clemson, S. C. 
Jamestown, S. C. 



Hicksville, S. C. 

. Nutlcy, N, J. 

aemson, S. C. 

. Clinton, S>C. 



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Charleston, S. C. 



JULIUS M. LaROCHE . . . Gray Court, S. C. 
MICAH J. LaROCHE . Wadmalaw Island, S. C. 
JOAN Y. LATIMER . . . Bishopville, S. C. 
RICHARD L. LAVENDER . . Gaffney, S. C. 

PHILLIP D. LAW Columbia, S. C. 

LESLIE M. LAWLOR . . . Newborgh, N. C. 

JOHN G. LAWTON York, S. C. 

CHARLES A. LAWYER . . . Camden, S. C. 
TERRY L. LEE .... Greensboro, N. C. 
THOMAS B. LEE . . . . N, Augusta, S. C. 
JACK A. LeGRAND .... Winnsboro, S. C. 
CHARLOTTE F. LETTECKA . . Clemson, S. C. 



ROBERT E. LEMACKS . . Charleston, S. C. 
WILLIAM E. LESESNE . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
DONALD G. LESLEY .... Easley, S. C. 

ALLEN M. LEVINE Passaic, N. J. 

JOSEPH C. LEYH, JR. . . N. Charleston, S. C. 
JOSEPH M. LHOTSKY . . . Baltimore, Md. 



DONALD J. LIBERTY .... Seagirt, N. J. 
RALPH F. LINDFORS . Charleston Heights, S. C. 
RAY E. LINKE .... West Orange, N. J. 

SUSAN LINDSAY' Clemson, S. C. 

KENNETH L. LINDSEY . . . Townville, S. C. 
BRUCE T. LINTHICUM . . . Catonville, Md. 



ROBERT E. LIPHARD . . 
JEANNE W. LITTLEJOHN 
JOHN A. LIVINGSTON . 
WILLIAM C. LOCKE, JR. . 
MICHAEL L. LOCKLAIR . 



Catonville, Md. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Cross Hill, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

Great Falls, S. C. 



GEORGE M. LONG Augusta, Ga. 




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JOHN F. LONG 


Newberry, S. C. 


KEITH S. LOVE 


Rock Hill, S. C. 


JOHN BERNARD LOVELL, JB 


[. . Atlanta, Ga. 


BRUCE W. LOWRY .... 


Eatontown, N. J. 


TALMADGE H. LUKER . . . 


. Hodges, S.C. 


KAREN B. LUTZ 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


RICHARD A. LUZZI . . . . 


Belleville, N. J. 


BETTY C. LYNN 


Greenville, S. C. 


JOHN C LYNN .... 


. Dillon, S. C. 


MARVIN E. McABEE . . . 


Blacksburg, S. C. 


JAMES P. McALILEY . . . 


Rock Hill, S. C. 


JOHN E. McALILEY . . . . 


Rock Hill, S. C. 


CLARENCE E. McALISTER . 


Anderson, S. C. 


HENRY D. McALLISTERJR. 


. Barnwell, S. C. 


ROBIN McBRAYER .... 


Greenville, S. C. 


ROBERT E. McCASKILL . . 


. Camden, S. C. 


THOMAS E. McCLENDON . 


. Riverdale, Ga. 


SAMUEL L. McCLESKEY . . 


Greenville, S. C. 



DAVID G. McCLURE . . . Anderson, S. C. 
DONNIE R. McCOMBS . . . Greenville. S. C. 
ROBERT E. McCORMICK . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

EARL O. McCOY Oswego, S. C. 

RAYMOND D. McDONALD . Rock Hill, S. C. 
STANLEY J. McELVEEN . Timmonsville, S. C. 

LANEY E. McGILL Anderson, S. C. 

JOE F. McHUGH, JR Gaffney, S. C. 

DOUGLAS J. McKAMEY . . . Knoxville, Tenn. 
WILLIAM J. McKEE, JR. . . Charleston, S. C. 
MARION D. McKENZIE . . . Lake City, S. C. 
MICHAEL B. McKEOWN . . Great Falls S. C. 



JAMES R. McLANE .... Abbeville, S. C. 
MICHAEL T. McLOY . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
MARION R. McMURTREY . . Pendleton. S. C. 
CURY D. McNAMARA . . . Alexandria, Va. 

OLIN R. McNEELY Pickens. S. C. 

WILLIAM A. McNeill . . . Abbeville, S. C. 



DAVID D. McROBERTS . . 
JOHN F. MABRY, jr. . . 
JAMES D. MACKINTOSH . 
KENNETH V. MADREN . 
GARY V. MAGARIAN . . 
DAVID H. MAGATHAN. JR. 



N. Augusta, S. C. 

Fairforest, S. C. 

Burlington, N. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

. Orlando. Fla. 

. . Potomac, Md. 



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JOEL R. MAHAFFEY 

J. ROGER MAHON . 

JEAN MALLORY . . 

JOHN C. MALMGREN . . . Greensboro, N. C. 

LEWIS D. MALPHRUS, JR. . . Clerason, S. C. 

PATRICIA A. MANGUM . . College Park, Ga. 



GARY P. MANN Richmond, Va. 

MARSHALL V. MARCHBANKS . Clemson, S. C. 
JOHN M. MARQUARDT . . Riviera Beach, Fla. 
ROBERT M. MARSHALL . . . Sumter, S. C. 
ALBERT RAY MARTIN . . . Greenwood. S. C. 
JOHN A. MARTIN .... Sandy Springs, S. C. 



ROBERT F. MARTIN . 
WILLIAM E. MARTIN 
HARVEY R. MATHIAS . 
JACK E. MATSON . . 
ROBERT T. MATTHEW, 
DAVID R. MATTHEWS 



W. Columbia, S. C. 



GARY J. MATTHEWS . . 


TitusviUe, Fla. 


JOEL R- MATTHEWS . . 


. Ft. Myers, Fla. 


TERESA F. MATTHEWS . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


WALTER E. MATTHEWS 


. Pendleton, S. C. 


LAWRENCE L. MAXWELL 


. Greenville, S. C. 


ARTHUR H, MAYBIN III . 


. Hunt Sta., N. Y. 


JAMES E. MAYER . . . 


Little Mtn., S. C. 


DAVID W. MAYES . . . 


. . Aiken, S. C. 


DAVID R. MAYFIELD . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


WILLIAM E. MAYS . . 


. . Seneca, S. C. 


lOHN T. MEEHAN . . . 


. Pendleton, S. C. 


WILLIAM A. MEISTER . 


Union City. N. J. 


PEGGY H. MELLICHAMP 


. . Toccoa, Ga. 


BONNIE MERCIER . . . 


SummerviUe, S. C. 


LARRY S. MERCK . . . 


. LaFrance, S. C. 


RICHARD L. MERRICK . 


. Northfield, N. J. 


WALTER D. MERRY . . 


. Columbia. S. C. 


DANIEL E. MEYER . . . 


. . Ramsey, N. J. 


CHARLES A. MIKELL . . 


. . . Estill. S. C. 


BERNAND H. MILLER, JR 


. . Chester, S. C. 


CHARLES A. MILLER . . 


Bennettsville, S. C. 


CHERYL G. MILLER . . 


. . . Niles, Ohio 


JAMES I. MILLER . . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


LINDA C. MILLER . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


RONALD G. MILLER . . 


, . . Niles, Ohio 


WAENARD L, MILLER, JR 


. Greenville, S. C. 


WILLIAM E. MILLER . . 


Neptune Beach. Fla. 


JOHN M. MILLING . . . 


. Darlington. S. C, 


CHARLES E. MILLS . . 


Clarks Hill. S. C. 


OSCAR R. MILLS III . . 


. Greenville. S. C. 


WILLIAM J. MILLSAP . . 


. . Easley. S. C. 


JOHN W. MISHOE . . 


. . Loris, S. C. 


JACK H. MITCHELL III . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


SALLEV F. MITCHELL . 


Westminster, S. C. 


STEVE J. MITCHEM . . 


. Wellford, S. C. 


JERRY A. MOBLEY . . . 


N. Charleston, S. C. 


ROBERT A. MOFFATT . 


Anderson, S. C. 


FRANCES M. MOLL . . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


JOHN R. MOLL .... 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


CLYDE M. MOORE . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


DANIEL F. MOORE . . . 


. Chappaqua, N. Y. 


DEXTER C. MOORE . . . 


. Blackstock, S. C. 



JOHN L. MOORE . . . 


. . Nichols, S. C 


ROBERT F. MOORE . . 


. . Greenville. S. C 


ROBERT N. MOORE . 


. Lexington, S. C 


ROBERT S. MOORE . . 


Spartanburg, S. C 


SUZANNE M. MOORE . . 


. Westminster, S. C 


HARRY E. MOOSE, JR. 


Newberry, S. C 


MADELINE MORGAN . 


. . Anderson, S. C 


GEORGE MORRELL 


. . Matawan, N. J 


PETER W. MOXON . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


PAUL J. MUCCINO . . 


. . . Seneca, S. C 


ROGER W. MUDD . . . 


. Bennettsville, S. C 


M. JANICE MULL . . 


. . Marietta, S. C 


WAYNE E. MULLIGAN 


. Lutherville. Md. 


WADE C. MULLINNIX . 


. . . Pickens, S. C. 


MILLEDGE G. MURRAY 


. N. Augusta, S. C. 


JAMES L. MUSGRAVES 


. Knoxville, Tenn 


JAMES H. MYERS, JR. . 


. Westminster, S. C 


WILLIAM W. NASH . . 


Fountain Inn, S. C. 



GEORGE D. NEALE . . 


. Perrvsburg, Ohio 


GILDER M. NEEL, JR. . 


. Newberry, S. C. 


FELIX J. NEPVEUX . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


PETER R. NEWMAN . 


. Charlotte. N. C. 


CHARLES A. NEWTON . 


. . Deltona, Fla. 


EDWARD D. NICASTRI . 


. Orange City, Fla. 



VIVIAN L. NICHOLS . . . Tamassee. S. C. 
RICHARD S. NICKEL . . . Orangeburg. S. C. 

JOE W. NICKLES Donalds, S. C. 

CHARLES C. NIEMEIER. JR., Oak Ridge. Tenn. 
EDWARD J. NIVERT . . . Falls Church. Va. 
WALTER L. NORTHRUP . . Wilmington, Del. 



DAVID C. NUSBICKEL, JR., Winter Park, Fla 

LARRY W. GATES York, S. C 

CHARLES D. O'BRIANT . . McCormick. S. C 
JEFFREY A. O'CAIN .... Columbia. S. C 
THOMAS E. O'CAIN .... Columbia, S. C 
JAMES E. O'CONNOR . . . Anderson. S. C 



SUZANNE R. O'DELL . . 


Joanna, S. C 


DARYLE D. OGBURN . 


. Charlotte. N. C 


PHILIP C. OKEY . . . . 


. Rock Hill, S. C 


0. EUGENE OLSON . . 


. . Clemson. S. C 


ROBERT B. ORR, JR.. . . 


. . Gaffney. S. C 


WILLIAM K. ORR . . . 


. . Clinton. S. C 


WILLIAM M. ORR . . . 


. Greenville. S. C 


MICHAEL W. OSBORNE 


. . Joanna. S.C 


DAVID M. O'SHIELDS . 


. . Pauline. S. C 


MARILYN A. OTT . . . 


. Greenville, S. C 


JERRY A. OWEN . . . . 


. Clarkesville. Ga 


KENNETH L. OWEN . . 


. Williamston, S. C 



LAWRENCE T. OWEN . . Brevard, N. C. 

MARGARET A. OWINGS .... Miami, Fla. 
STEVEN J. OXLER . . . Charleston. S. C. 

GARY L. PACE Greenville, S. C. 

RICHARD M. PACE .... Greenville, S. C. 
ROBERT A. PACE .... Asheville, N. C. 

BRYAN C. PAGE Dillon, S. C. 

JAMES W. PAINTER .... Chesnee, S. C. 
ELIZABETH M. PALMER . . Townville, S. C. 

JOHN D. PALMER Clemson, S. C. 

WILLIAM H. PALMER . . . Townville, S. C. 
JOHN C. PARDUE, JR. . . . Johnston, S. C. 





JUNIORS 

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DAVID J. PARKER . . . 


Camden 


S. C. 


LARRY V. PARKER . . . 


. . Pickens, 


S. C. 


KEITH R PARRIS . . . 




S c 


RANDY G. PARRIS . . . 




s c 


CAROLYN S. PATEY . . 


. Charleston 


s. c. 


ALAN D. PATTEN, JR. . . 


. Greenville 


s. c. 


CHARLES W. PATTERSON 


Simpsonville 


s. c. 


JUDY F. PATTERSON . . 


. Clem son 


s. c. 


ROBERT H. PAYNE . . . 


. Darlington 


s. c. 


HOUSTON A. PEDEN, JR. 


. Greenville 


s. c. 


ROGER L. PEDRICK . . 


. Anderson 


s. c. 


LUCAS R. PEELE, JR. . . 


. Bishopville 


s. c. 


RENAUD E. PELLETIER . 


. Rock Hill 


s. c 


WILLIAM C. PETERS . . 


. Charleston 


s. c. 


BURNETT A. PETTIT . . 


. Baltimor 


,Md 


ALVIN B. PHILLIPS . . 


Graniteville 


s. c 


JAMES D. PHILLIPS . . 


. Greenville 


B.C. 


ROBERT J. PHILLIPS . . 


Hampton 


S. C 



TERRY H. PHILLIPS . . 


. . Tuslo, N. Y. 


LESTER Y. PILCHER . . 


. . Columbia, S. C. 


CHARLES H. PITCHFORD 


. . Pottstown, Pa. 


LYNNE S. PLANCK . . . 


. Eau Gallic, Fla. 


VINROE S. PLAYER . . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


JIM P. POLING 


Winter Park. Fla. 


WALTER K. POOSER, JR. 


. . Cameron, S. C. 


THOMAS E. POPE . . 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


CLESS F. PORTER . . . 


. . Pickens, S. C. 


PAUL J. POSCH . . . . 


. Riverside, N. J. 


THOMAS F. POSPISIL . . 


. Bloomfield, N. J. 


CHARLIE K. POTTS, JR. 


. . Columbia, S. C. 


TIMOTHY H. POWELL . 


Garrett Park, Md. 


EDWARD L. PRATER . . 


Westminster, S. C. 


JAMES L. PRATHER . . 


. Lexington, S. C. 


LAURA E. PRATT . . . 


. Hampton, S. C. 


HINTON A. PRICE, JR. . 


. Greenville. S. C. 


TERRY C. PRICE . . . 


. Abbeville, S. C. 


ROBERT C. PRICE . . . 


. . Martin, S. C. 


JEFF 0, PRITCHARD . . 


Sumter, S. C. 


LINDA G. PRICHARD . 


Westminster, S. C. 


CHARLES G. PRINGLE . 


. . Sumter, S. C. 


JEFFREY C. PRINGLE . 


. . Norfolk, Va. 


KATHY G. PROCK . . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


LINDA J. PRUITT . . . 


. . Norfolk, Va. 


GARY P. PULLIAM . . 


. . Easley, S. C. 


JOHNNY H. PURSER . . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


HUGH D. PUTNAM, JR. . 


. Cherryville, N. G^ 


JERE L. RAGSDALE . . 


. . Easley, S. C. 


EMILE N. RAHSEED . . 


Beit Mery, Lebanon 


KIRBY D. RAINES . . . 


Charleston. S. C. 


JAME-S T. RAMEY . . . 


. Honea Path, S. C. 


JAMES F. RAMSAY . . . 


. Simpsonville, S. C. 


JAMES G. RAMSAY . . . 


. . Chesnee, S. C. 


ROLAND L. RAYBURN . 


. Gulf Breeze, Fla. 


DUDLEY J. RAYNAL . . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


JOHN A REAGAN III . . 


. Hartsville. S. C. 


JAMES F. REAMES . . . 


. Bishopville. S. C. 


EDWARD C. REED . . 


. Charlotte. N. C. 


GEORGE M. REED . . . 


. Anderson. S. C. 


JAMES R. REED . . . 


Cortland. N. Y. 


WAYNE M. REED . . . 


. . Columbia. S. C. 



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JOHN H. REEVES, JR. 
ALBERT R. REID . . 
NORMAN G. RENTZ . 
GLENN H. REYNOLDS 
DANIEL H. RHODES 
CRAIG G. RICE . . 



ROBERT B. RICHARDS 
RUTTLAND E. RIDDLE 
LINDA F. RIDGEWAY . 
WALTER E. RIGGS . 
WILLIAM P. RILEY 
RONALD B. RITCHIE . 



JAMES M. ROACH 



Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 

Varnville. S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 
Baltimore, Md. 



Woodruff, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 

Madison, Ohio 
Barnwell, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 



Oklahoma City, Okla. 



VERNON A. ROBBINS, JR. 
WILLIAM T. ROBERTSON 
WAYNE J ROBERSON . . 
WALLACE E. ROBERTS . 
CALVIN T. ROBERTSON . 



. Rock Hill, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. Asheville, N. C. 
. Anderson, S. C. 
. Laurens, S. C. 



OWEN C. ROBERTSON, JR. . Anderson, S. C. 
GEORGE S. ROBINSON . . . Lancaster, S. C. 
JOHN H. ROBUCK .... Spartanburg, S. C. 
CHAS. L. ROEDIGER, JR., Winston-Salem, N. C. 
BARBARA L. ROGERS .... Clemson, S. C. 
JIM F. ROGERS Walterboro, S. C. 

JOHN M. ROOKS .... Jacksonville, Fla. 
TRUMAN D. ROPER . . . Columbia, S. C. 

NEAL A. ROSE Columbia, S. C. 

JOHN N. ROSS .... Washington, N. C. 
THOMAS F. ROWAND . . . Oaklyn, N. J. 
EARLE ROWLAND Sumter, S. C. 

ED. M. RUBICH, JR. . . McGuire AFB, N. J. 

BRUCE T. RUSH Camden, S. C. 

WILLIAM A. RUSH .... Greenville, S. C. 
JAMES RUSSELL III . . Schenectady, N. Y. 
DONALD E. RUTLAND . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
JAMES E. SALAMONY . . Summerville, S. C. 



DONNA F. SAMMONS . 
JOHNNY B. SANDIFER . 
WILLIE D. SANSBURY 
VIRGINIA D. SARRATT 
RALPH J. SAUNDERS . 



Greenville, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Conway, S. C. 

. . Gaffney, S. C. 

Dover, N. J. 



JAMES W. SCARBOROUGH, JR. . Sumter, S. C. 



REBECCA C. SCAVENS . . 
GREGORY C. SCHAPER . . 
WILLIAM B. SCHERLER . 
ERNEST A. SCHICHLER . . 
ELIZABETH H. SCHIRMER 



Edgefield, S. C. 

Oemson, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 
. Clemson, S. C. 



RICHARD A. SCHMALZ, JR. . Sudbury, Mass. 



FRANK R. SCHMIDT . Nev 
JULIAN S. SCHRAIBMAM 
RICHARD H. SCHROEDER 
KENNETH P. SCHULZ . 
JOAN C. SCHWAB . . . . 
FREDERICK R. SCOTT . 



JOHN D. SCOTT . . . 
WILLIAM H. SCOGGINS 
JOHN K. SEGARS . . . 
CHARLES W. SEIGLER 
JOHN L. SEIGLER . . 
RANDOLPH E. SENN . 



Hyde Park, N. Y, 
. Charleston, S. C 
Heightstown, N. J 
Montclair, N. J 
Summerville, S. C 
Clemson, S. C 



Concord, N. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Bishopville, S. C. 
Rock Hill, S. C, 



Cle 



, S. C. 



Newberry, S. C. 




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WOODROW G. SENN, JR . W. Columbia, S. C. 
GARLAND D. SENTELL . . . Clemson, S. C. 
CHAS. L. SHACKELFORD . Cedar Grove, N. J. 

DON C. SHARP Allendale, S. C. 

DENNIS G. SHEALY . . . Ninety Six, S. C. 
JOSEPH S. SHEARER .... Bclton, S. C. 

DORA A. SHELTON Central, S. C. 

JOHN D. SHERER Sharon, S. C. 

ROBT. R. SHERMAN, JR. . Signal Mtn., Tenn. 
CHARLES G. SHIRLEY, JR. . Piedmont, S. C. 
SHARON F. SHIRLEY . . . Anderson, S. C. 
RONALD S. SHRADER .... Tampa, Fla. 



STEVEN R. SHULL .... Baltimore, Md. 
THOMAS S. SHULL, JR. . . Annapolis, Md. 
JOSEPH F. SHUMPERT .... Pelion, S. C. 
WILLIAM M. SIBLEY . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
KENNETH B. SIMMONS, JR. . Columbia, S. C. 
CHERYL SIMPSON .... Clemson, S. C. 



JAMES C. 


SIMPSON, JR. 




Varrville, 


S. 


C. 


JOE H. SIMPSON . . 




Whitmire, 


S. 


c. 


WILLIAM 


M. SIMPSON, 


JR. 


. Bethune, 


S. 


c. 


THOMAS 


L. SINCLAIR . 




. Union, 


S. 


c. 


WILLIAM 


J. SINGLETARY . 


Lake City, 


S. 


c. 


DONALD 


L. SKELTON . 




Clemson, 


S. 


c. 


RICHARD 


B. SKILTON 




Maitlanc 


1, Fla. 


WALTER 


F. SKILTON . 




Philadelphi 


a, ; 


Pa. 


JOHN E. 


SKINNER, JR. 




. Liberty, 


s. 


C. 


LARRY G 


. SKINNER . 




Liberty, 


s. 


C. 


PAUL B. 


SKINNER . . 


. W 


are Shoals, 


s. 


C. 



KENNETH J. SKOCZYLAS . Wallington, N. J. 



GUY E. SLAGLE, JR. . Garden City Beach, S. C. 

DONALD A, SLATE Atlanta, Ga. 

ASHBY K. SMITH . . . Murrells Inlet, S. C. 
BELTON K. SMITH .... Hartsville, S. C. 

BETTY J. SMITH Rome, Ga. 

CLARK A. SMITH .... Madison, S. C. 



CAPVIS C. SMITH . , 


, . . Mullins, S. C. 


HELEN G. SMITH . . 


. . Lancaster, S. C. 


H. THORNTON SMITH 


. . . . Augusta, Ga. 


H. WAYNE SMITH, JR. 


. . Spartanburg, S. C. 


JAMES H. SMITH . . 


. . . Belton, S. C. 


JERRY E. SMITH . . . 


East Northport, N. Y. 


KENNETH E. SMITH . 


. . Baltimore, Md. 


MARION J. SMITH . . 


West Columbia. S. C. 


PAL'L R. SMITH . . . 


. . . Nutley, N. J. 


ROBERT J. SMITH . . 


. . Allentown, Pa. 


ROHERT L. SMITH . . 


. Orangeburg, S. C. 


RONNIE A. SMITH . . 


. . . Clemson, S. C. 


RAY A. SMITH . . . 


. . . Pageland, S. C. 


ROY D. SMITH . . . 


. . Ninety Six, S. C. 


SAMUEL E. SMITH . . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C. 


SANDERLAN C. SMITH 


. . . Pulaski, Tenn. 


TERRY S. SMITH . . 


. . . Pinopolis, S. C. 


THOMAS C. SMITH . 


. . . . Atlanta, Ga. 


THOMAS E. SMITH . 


. . Anderson. S. C. 


WILLIAM J. SMITH . 


. . . Newberry, S. C. 


ROBERT E. SMYTH 


. . Riverton. N. J, 


STEPHEN F. SMOAK . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C. 


JAMES K. SNEAD . . 


. . Greenwood, S. C. 


CHARLES K. SNODDY 


Greenwood, S. C. 



ROBERT H. SNODDY, JR. . . CIcmsod, S. C. 

EMERY E. SOLER Sumter, S. C. 

TERRY L. SOUTHERLAND . Greenville, S. C. 
GEORGE A. SOUTHGATE . W. Palm Beach, Fla. 
RICHARD L. SPARKS . . . Cave Spring, Ga. 
STEPHEN D. SPEARMAN . . . York, S. C. 



JIMMY D. SPEER . . . 
RONALD E. SPEER . . 
TERRELL P. SPENCE . . 
KATHERINE A. STADLER 
LARRY B. STANCIL . . . 



Anderson, S. C. 
Abbeville, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
. Anderson, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 



ELIZABETH L. STANZIONE . Clemson, S. C. 



ROBERT J. STANZIONE . . Hartsville, S. C. 
HAMPTON B. STEEDLY, JR. . Charleston, S. C. 
RONALD E. STEELE . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
WILLIAM J. STEELE . . . Arlington, Va. 

JOHN R. STEIN Anderson, S. C. 

THEODORE H. STEINER . . Pittsburgh, Pa. 



PAUL J. STEINFELDT 
WM. J. STEVENS, JR. 
GROVER C. STEWART . . 
ROLLIN J. STICKLE . . . 
RUSSELL E. STIEGEL, JR. 
E. MIRIAM STOKES . . . 



. Rochester, N. Y. 

Yonges Island, S. C. 

. . Anderson, S. C, 

. . Clemson, S. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Bethune, S. C. 



EDWARD R. STOKES . . . Beaufort, S. C. 

DUDLEY D. STONE Atlanta, Ga. 

JAMES H. STONER, JR. . . . Enoree, S. C. 

R. J. STRANGE, JR Charlotte, N. C. 

CHARLES W. STREET, JR. . . Florence, S. C. 
SAMUEL P. STRIBLING . . . Clemson, S. C. 



NANCY W. STRICKLAND . 
RICHARD L. STROMAN . 
JOSEPH T. SUMMER . . , 
GEORGE C. SUMMERELL 
VIRGIL G. SVENDSEN . . 
JOHN M. SWAILS . . . 



DANNY H. SWANGER . . 
STEPHEN H. SWAN . . . 
JOHN N. TALBERT, JR. . 
JOSEPH J. TANKERSLEY 
THOMAS A. TANTILLO . 
CARL L. TARPLEY II . 



Cle 



ti, S. C. 

. Bowman, S. C. 

Newberry, S. C. 

. Florence, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Kingstree, S. C. 



Rock Hill, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 
McCormick, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

N. Augusta, S. C. 

Hanahan, S. C. 



GLORIA E. TATE .... Anderson, S. C. 

EDDIE A. TAYLOR Sumter, S. C. 

JAMES G. TAYLOR .... Greenville, S. C. 
LARRY W. TAYLOR .... Rock Hill, S. C. 
ROBERT A. TEDCASTLE . . . Lantana, Fla. 
JAMES L. TEMPLETON . W. Palm Beach, Fla. 



CHARLES H. TENNENT . 
WILLIAM R. TERRY . . 
HENRY W. THEILING . 
JAMES E. THOMAS . . 
LAWRENCE D. THOMAS 
REUBEN S. THOMAS . . 



Spartanburg, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. Charleston, S. C. 

Williamston, S. C. 

Pequannock, N. J 
. . Carlisle, S. C. 



RICHARD W. THOMAS . 
STEPHEN C. THOMAS . . 
ROBERT M. THOMASON 
ALLAN J. THOMPSON, JR. 
BRUCE W. THOMPSON . 



Wa 



, Ohic 



onea Path, S. C. 

Laurens, S. C 

Charleston, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

JULIUS P. THOMPSON, JR. . Hollywood, S. C. 






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RAY M. THOMPSON . . 
ROBERT E. THOMPSON, JR. 
STANLEY H. THOMPSON . 
TOMMY D. THOMPSON . 
WALTER P. THOMPSON . 
\VILLL\M E. THOMPSON . 



Memphis, Tenn. 

. . Aiken, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 
. Anderson, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

N. Augusta, S. C. 



MICHAEL D. THORNE 
RALPH M. THRASH . 
GLORIA J. THRASHER 
WILLIAM G. TILLMAN 
JERRY R. TIMMONS . 
HARRY L. TINSLEY . 



. . Jackson, S. C. 
Santa Ana, Calif. 
. Anderson, S. C. 
Balboa, Canal Zone 
"ravelers Rest, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 



STEVEN B. TIPPING . . . Salamanca, N. Y. 

JAMES R. TODD Mathews, N. C. 

CHARLES R. TOLLEY . Charleston Hgts., S. C. 
DAVID L. TOMPKINS . . . Edgefield, S. C. 
JAMES E. TOMPKINS . . . Lake Placid, Fla. 
MILTON A. TOOLE .... Greenville, S. C. 



BELINDA J. TOOLEY . 
JOHN F. TOWNSEND, JR. 
SKIPPY J. TOWNSEND . 
LARRY E. TRIPLETT . 
RICHARD M. TUCKER . 



. . Duncan, S. C. 

Bennettsville, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

. Cordova, S. C. 

Enoree, S. C. 



WILLIAM S. TURBEVILLE . Columbia, S. C. 



DANNY W. TURNER Smyrna, S. C. 



RAY A. TURNER . . . 
WALLEY A. TURNER . . 
MARGARET S. ULLER • 
JAMES R. VENORN . . 
DOLORES A. VIOLETTE 



MICHAEL T. VOISELLE 
CONNIE S. WADE . . 
ALLEN R. WALCHER . 
DERRYL L. WALDEN . 
LEWIS G. WALDO . . 
PERRY R. WALDREP . 



GEORGE D. WALKER . 
MICHAEL L. WALKER . 
WESLEY F. WALKER . . 
DENNIS H. WALSH . . 
ALAN C. WALTER . . 
DIBBON K. WATERS III 



. . Hickory, N. C. 

. . Florence, S. C. 

. Miami Beach, Fla. 

Sandy Springs, S. C. 
. . Lake City, S. C. 



Fairfields, Calif. 
Rock Hill, S. C. 
. Inman, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
larden City, N. J. 
Lanett, Ala. 



. Somerville, N. J. 
Spartanburg, S. C 
. Rock Hill, S, 



Charleston, S. C, 



JOHNNIE J. WALTERS . . N. Charleston, S. C, 
WILLIAM S. WARE, JR. . . . Varnville, S. C. 
WILLIAM M. VVARLICK . . Columbia, S. C. 
CYNTHIA K. WARNER . . . Clemson, S.C. 
GAR1- R. WARNER .... Salamanca, N. Y. 
JULIAN R. WATES Greer, S. C. 

PAUL C. WATSON, JR. . . . Columbia, S. C. 
RONALD R. WATSON .... Greenville, S. C. 
,\LliERT W. WAY ... St. Simons Island, Ga. 
ER\IN H. WEATHERLY . . . Camden, S. C. 

K. WEAVER Clemson, S. C. 

WILLIAM D. WELLS .... Columbia, S. C. 



WILLIAM L. WEBER .... Clemson, S. C. 
J.NMKS E. WEEKS .... Anderson, S. C. 

NANCY C. WEILL Sumter, S. C. 

WALTER M.. WELCH, JR. . N. Charleston, S. C. 
CHAS. M. WERNER. JR. . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
JOHN D. WESTMORELAND . Greenville, S. C. 



JOHN D. WESTON Union, S. C. 



KEITH W. WHATLEY 
JAMES J. WHEELER HI 
MARK H. WHEELER II . 
J. R. WHITE III . . . 
SHELLY J. WHITE . ■ 



Greenwood, S. C. 

Saluda, S. C. 

. . Mullins S. C. 

Walterboro, S. C. 

Washington, D. C. 



JOSEPH B. WHITEHEAD . Camp Leje 



, N. C. 



LARRY F. WHITFIELD 
DAVID L. WICKER . 
JOHN M. WICKHAM . 
WILLIAM W. WIER . . 
MICHAEL E. WIGGERS 



. Anderson, S. C. 

Poraaria, S. C. 

. Ciiarlotte, N. C. 

Washington, D. C. 
. . Pomaria, S. C. 



JAMES E. WIGGINS III . . . Clemson, S. C. 
MICHAEL J. WIGGINS . . . Seneca, S. C. 
THEODORE R. WILKERSON . New Castle, Del. 
GEORGE L. WILLIAMS, JR. . Oglethorpe, Ga. 
OLIVIA H. WILLIAMS . . . Rock Hill. S. C. 
ROBERT H. WILLIAMS . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 



WILLIAM G. WILLIAMS . . Lancaster, S. C. 
GEORGE F. WILLIAMSON . . . Cades, S. C. 

PERRY D. WILLIS Roebuck, S. C. 

MITCHELL M. WILLOUGHBY . Nichols, S. C. 
WILLIAM P. WILLSON, JR. . Athens, Tenn. 
CHARLES B. WILSON .... Camden, S. C. 



CHARLES N. WILSON . . Worthington, Ohio 
FRANCIS G. WILSON .... Chester, S. C. 
FRANKIE D. WILSON . . . Anderson, S. C. 

JAMES L. WILSON, JR Chester, S. C. 

ROBERT W. WILSON, JR. . . Woodruff, S. C. 
THOMAS A. WILSON . . . Anderson, S. C. 



WILLIAM H. WISE, JR. . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
STEPHEN H. WITHERSPOON . Barnwell, S. C. 

LEW WITT Washington, D. C. 

LEONARD E. WITT . . . Washington, D[. C. 
CLARK E. WOODS . . . Fountain Inn, S. C. 
NELSON H. WOODS .... Beaufort, S. C. 



NORMAN H. WOODS, JR. . Downingtown, Pa. 



JOHN C. WOODSON . . 
ARTHUR J. WOODY . . 
RICHARD D. WOOTEN, JR. 
DAVID C. WRIGHT . . . 
MICHAEL W. WRIGHT . 



Portsmouth, Va. 
Clemson, S. C. 



PAUL R. WRIGHT . . . . N. Charleston, S. C. 
ROSALIND M. WRIGHT . . Gastonia, N. C. 
SIMEON P. WRIGHT .... Sumter, S. C. 
STEPHEN L. WRIGHT N. Charleston, S. C. 

THOMAS H. WRIGHT, JR Dillon, S. C. 

PAMELA A. YOCKEY . . . Greenville, S. C. 



WILLIAM E. YOKE, JR. . Clarksburg, W. Va. 
LARRY C. YOUNG .... Hampton, S. C. 

MARY C. YOUNG Clemson, S. C. 

DAVID E. YOUNT .... Spartanburg, S. C. 

GARY J. ZIEGLER Columbis, N. J. 

ROLAND L. ZEIGLER . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

ROBERT N. ZEIGLER Chicago, 111. 

WILLIAM I. ZEIGLER . . . Columbia, S. C. 
JAMES F. ZOAKS .... Jersey City, N. J. 

HAN-CEN ZOAU Formosa 

RONALD P. ZUPA .... Bellerose, N. Y. 
QUAIEN ZWAKE Tokyo, Japan 




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J. he sophomore returns, confident and complacent, and 
full of plans for everything but study. He avenges himself 
on the new crop of rats, thankful to be only a sophomore. 
With sophomore level courses, however, he finds that it 
is even harder than adjusting as a freshman. There is 
never time for study between extracurricular activities, 
sports, and weekends. Grade-wise, this period is called 
"the slump." 

However, the class of 1970 is an industrious class in 
school activities. It sponsored the "Sophomore Sit-in," 
a talent show featuring local talent, vocalists, bands, vari- 
ous acts, and go-go girls. The proceeds were given to 
Miracle Hill. Also, the sophomores helped in adding color 
and spirit to the "Best Bama" weekend by selling spirit 
ribbons. It is unusual for a class to be so united and 
progressive before the junior year. 




DANNY HUNT 
President 



ROWENA SOBCZYK 

Secretary 



WILLIAM WILBURN 
Vice-President 



CHARLES ELDRIDGE 
Treasurer 









SOPHOMORES 





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ANDREW A. ABBOTT .... Clemson, S. C. 
ARTHUR M. ABBOTT .... Sumter, S. C. 
BENJ. E. ABERNATHY . Connelly Springs. N. C. 
WILLIAM L. ABERNATHY . . Chester, S. C. 
THOMAS W. ACKER .... Anderson, S. C. 
MILES M. ADAIR Greenville, S. C. 



ERNEST L. ADAMS .... Edgemoor, S. C. 

JAMES M. ADAMS Union, S. C. 

GENE W. ADDY . . . Little Mountain, S. C. 
ROBERT D. AINSWORTH . Falls Church, Va. 
MARY JANE ALBEA .... Clemson, S. C. 
GENE R. ALEXANDER . . . Hartsville, S. C. 



LAURA S. ALEXANDER . Spartanburg, S. C. 
MILTON D. ALEXANDER . . Brunson. S. C. 

DORIS T. ALLEN Clemson, S. C. 

JERR W. ALLEN .... Spartanburg, S. C. 
BARNETT A. ALLGOOD III . . Toccoa, Ga. 
ROWLAND P. ALSTON . . . Rembert, S. C. 



J. COLEY ALTMAN . . 
J. L. ALVERSON . . . 
WILLIAM G. ALVERSON 
HAROLD C. AMICK . . 
TIMOTHY J. AMICK . . 
ALAN J. ANDERSON . . 



ning, S. C. 



Orangeburg, S. C. 
. Columbia, S. C. 
. Baldwin, N. Y. 



CARROLL SIMMS ANDERSON Williston, S. C. 
JOHN L. ANDERSON .... Clinton, S. C. 
RANSOME W. ANDERSON . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
THOMAS P. ANDERSON . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
DEBORAH M. ARNOLD . . Greenwood, S. C. 
JOHN R. ASHLEY Belton, S. C. 



PAUL W. ASKINS . . . 


. Hartsville, S. C. 


LARRY N. ATKINSON . 


. Jefferson, S. C. 


WAYNE H. ATKINSON . 


. . Liberty, S. C. 


AUBREY D. AYERS . . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


BOBBIE F. AYERS . . . 


. Orangeburg, S. C. 


HARLEY G. BABB . . . 


. . Moore, S. C. 


ROBERT E. BAILEY . . 


Eatontown, N. J. 


DA\'ID P. BAIRD . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


MIHRAN G. BAKALIAN . 


Cliffside Park, N. J. 


CHARLES D. BAKER, JR. 


. Columbia, S. C. 


ELISHA R. BAKER . . . 




NANCY DIANA BALL . . 


Simpsonville, S. C. 


RICHARD C. BALLENGER 


. . Anderson, S. C. 


CHARLES M. BANKS . . 


. . Chester, S. C. 


CHARLES E. BARDSLEY . 


. Pendleton, g. C. 


liYRON H. BARKER . . 


Charleston, S>C. 


ROBERT E. BARKER . . 


. . Conway, S. C. 


BENNY D. BARTLEY . . 


. . Aiken, S. C. 



THOMAS C. BASKIN, JR. . Charleston, S. C. 
ARTHUR T. BASS . . North Charleston, S. C. 
SAMIEL D. BASS . . . Bennettsville, S. C. 
WILLIAM EARLE BATSON . Greenville, S. C. 
DANIEL M. BATTEN . . . Charleston, S. C. 
JAMES B. BANCOM . . . Westminster, S. C. 



LESLIE R. BAXLEY . . 
STEWARD L. BAYLOR . 
I'Al'L R. BAZEMORE, JR. 
JUDITH E. BEACH . . 
ROBERT W. BEACHY . 
DELORES D. BEARD . . 



St. Louis, Mo. 

Liberty, S. C. 

Beaufort, S. C. 

Rock Hill, S. C. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Greenville, S. C. 



DONALD P. BEAUDOIN . . Greenville, S. 
JAMES F. BEDELL, JR. . . . Cheraw, S. 

HELEN M. BELK Clemson, S 

ROBERT L. BELL .... Orangeburg, S 
GLENN L. BELLAMY . . Myrtle Beach, S 
O. HEYWARD BELLAMY III . Charlotte, N 



JUDITH ANN BENNETT . 


. . Augusta, Ga 


RICHARD J. BENNETT . . 


Laurens, S. C 


SCOTT C. BERGREN . . 


. Greenville, S. C 


JERALD E. BERRY . . . 


. Bowman, S. C 


THOMAS C. BETHEA, JR. 


. . Dillon, S. C 


WILLIAM L. BETSILL, JR. 


. Anderson, S. C 


GEORGIA R. BEYER . . . 


. Charlotte, N. C 


PATRICK E. BINKLEY . . 


. Florence, S. C 


JOHN J. BISHOP .... 


. Anderson, S. C 


MICHAEL G. BISHOP . . 


. Greenville, S. C 


WAYNE H. BISHOP . . , 


Greenville, S. C 


DIANA K. BISSEY . . . . 


Charleston, S. C 



JAMES K. BLACK Seneca, S. C. 

SAMUEL W. BLACK .... Chamblee, Ga. 
L.ARRY M. BLACKMON . . Lancaster, S. C. 
ROY E. BLANCHARD .... Aiken, S. C. 

FRANK S. BLAND Edgefield, S. C. 

DOUGLAS J. BLATTMACHR . Gdn. City, N. Y. 



WILLIAM E. BOATWRIGHT Seneca, S. C. 

JERRY L. BODIE .... Ridge Spring, S. C. 
PHILLIP C. BODLE .... Cincinnati, Ohio 

JOHN E. BOLT Lenoir, N. C. 

JOSEPH D. BOLT Anderson, S. C. 

JOHN M. BOND Clemson, S. C. 



WILLIAM P. BONNER . 


. . Gaffney, S. C. 


RANDALL E. BOUCHILLON 


Simpsonville, S. C. 


ROBT. M. BOUKNIGHT, JR. 


W. Columbia, S. C. 


YOUSSEF F. BOUTROS . 


Greenville, S. C. 


GEORGE H. BOWDEN III 


. Fair Lawn, N. J. 


BERNARD A. BOWEN . . 


. Piedmont, S. C. 


DENNIS R. BOWEN . . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


JAMES F. BOWEN . . . . 




JAMES R. BOWEN . . . 


Blackwood, N. J. 


GLENN BOWERS . . . . 


. Lancaster, S. C. 


CALVIN N. BOWIE . . . 


. Due West, S. C. 


JOYCE E. BOWMAN . . . 


. . . Iva, S. C. 


JESSE A. BOYCE .... 


. Greenwood, S. C. 


MARION C. BOYD, JR. . . 


Spartanburg, S- C. 


DAVID B. BRABHAM . . . 


, St. Stephen, S. C. 


RALPH J. BRACKETT . . 


. . Quantico, Va. 


JOHN L. BRADY, JR. . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


HARVEY A. BRAND . . 


Charleston, S. C. 



RANDY L. BRAY Clemson, S. C. 

JOYCE E. BRELAND . . . Holly Hill, S. C. 

JOHN A. BRENNAN Hudson, Ohio 

JAMES A. BREWER Easley, S. C. 

KENNETH L. BRIGHT . . . Greenville, S. C. 
WAYNE F. BRIMER . . . College Park, Ga. 



G. WAYNE BROCKINGTON . Columbia, S. C. 
WILLIAM L. BROOME . . . Abbeville, S. C. 

JOHN A. BROUSE, JR Milton, Pa. 

DANIEL W. BROWN . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
DAVID M. BROWN .... Burlington, N. J. 
EDWARD D. BROWN . . . Hartsville, S. C. 








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JAMES I. BROWN Edgefield, S. C. 

JAMES W. BROWN Aynor, S. C. 

MELVIN B. BROWN, JR. . . . Cheraw. S. C. 
PATRICK M, BROWN . . . Lawrence, N. Y. 
THOMAS V. BROWN . . Kennett Square, Pa. 
WAYNE P. BROWN Easley, S. C. 



MELVIN N. BROWNE .... Troy, S. C. 
J. PATRICK BRUENING . . Charleston, S. C, 
JAMES H. BRfNSON, JR. . . Manning, S. C. 
SA.VDRA J. BRYANT .... Anderson, S. C. 
MARVIN R. BUCHANAN . . Jacksonville, Fla. 
LINDA N. BUDDIN Olanta, S. C. 

MARCIA Y. BUGG Sumter, S. C. 

ELVIN L. BULL Cameron, S. C. 

JAMES H. BULL Abbeville, S. C. 

RICHARD E. BULLER Media, Pa. 

GEORGE I. BULLWINKEL . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
JAMES P. BURNETTE . . Midwest City, Okla. 



WILLIAM M. BURNS . . . Charleston, S. C. 
WILLIAM H. BURR . . North Augusta, S. C. 

OTTO C. BURRELL. JR Greer, S. C. 

THOMAS M. BURRISS . . . Columbia, S. C. 
W, THOMAS BURRISS . . . Brooklyn, N. Y'. 
JOSEPH R. BURTON .... Rock Hill, S. C. 



FRANKLIN D. BUSCH .... Rota, Spain 

GEORGE J. BUSH Columbia, S. C. 

LARRY B. BUSHA . . . Westminster, S. C. 
KENNETH A. BUTLER . . Bcrgenfield, N. J. 
RUTHE M. BUTTS . . . Westminster, S. C. 
JAMES R. BYRD Landrum, S. C. 

SAMUEL R. CAIN Union, S. C. 

JIM D. CALMES Greenville, S. C. 

ALAN M. CAMPBELL . . Washington, D. C. 
JOHN L. CAMPBELL .... Columbia, S. C. 
GUY P. CANAVAGGIO . Panama City, Panama 
WILLIAM R. CANN .... Anderson, S. C. 



STUART M. CANNON . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
WILLIAM T. CAPPS, JR. . . Westport, Mass. 

JA.MES C. CAREY Clemson, S. C. 

.MARVIN G. CARMICHAEL . . Dillon, S. C. 
WALTER G. CARNES, JR. . . . Rome, Ga. 
ROBERT C. CARPENTER . . Columbia, S. C. 



WILLIAM S. CARSON . . . Columbia, S. C. 
JACK WAYNE CARTER, JR. . Walterboro, S. C. 
JAMES S. CARTER .... Fort Lawn, S. C. 
JOSEPH P. CARTER .... Startex, S."S. 

OSCAR L. CARTER Dillon, S. C. 

JOHN L. CASEY Slater, S. C. 

LOUIE L. CASON, JR Atlanta, Ga. 

CHARLES E. CAUBLE . . . Columbia, S. C. 
GEORGE W. CAUGHMAN, JR. . Lexington, S. C. 
MICHAEL S. CAULDER . . . Camden, S. C. 
JOHN M. CAUTHEN .... Rock Hill, S. C. 
RONNIE W. CAUTHEN . Heath Springs, S. C. 



.MARGARET J. CELY , 
DAVID H. CHAMLEE 
WM. F. CHANDELLOR 
JAMES L. CHANDLER 
KEITH D. CHANDLER 
JOHN C. CHAPMAN 



. . Greenville. S. C. 
. . Greenville, S. C. 
Charleston Hgts.. S. C. 
... Greer, S. C. 
. N. Charleston, S. C. 
Winnsboro, S. C. 



KENNETH W. CHAPMAN Little Mountain, S. C. 
JOHN H. CHEATHAM . . North Augusta, S. C. 
WILLIAM E. CHILDRESS . . Liberty, S. C. 
WALTER CHILDSON, JR. . . Philadelphia, Pa. 
MICHAEL B. CHOATE . . . Sherman, Conn. 
JAMES P. CHOVAN .... Bethlehem, Pa. 



ROBERT F. CISSEL .... Hyattsville, Md. 
THEODORE C. CLAIBORNE . Summerville, S. C. 
MICHAEL V. CLARK . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
LELAND T. CLARKE . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
DELORES W. CLARKSON . . Hopkins, S. C. 
GARY E. CLARY Gaffney, S. C. 



ROBERT M. CLAYTON, JR. . Laurens, S. C. 
BARRY A. CLEMONS . . . Tabor City, N. C. 

WILLIAM S. CLINE Elnora, N. Y. 

ANDREA F. CLINTON . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
JAMES M. CLONINGER . . Blackstock, S. C. 
ROBERT W. CLOSE .... Overland, Mo. 



EARL R. CLOWERS .... Anderson, S. C. 
ANTHONY A. COCHET . N. Charleston, S. C. 
HENRY L. COGAN .... Washington, D. C. 

JOHN W. COKER Edgemoor, S. C. 

RONALD W. COKER .... Asheville, N. C. 
CHARLES J. COLE .... Columbia, S. C. 



DAVID L. COLEMAN . . . Summerton, S. C. 
JAMES L. COLEMAN, JR. . . Ridgeway, S. C. 

JAMES L. COLEY Anderson, S. C. 

JAMES G. COLLIER III . . Greenville, S. C. 
GILBEART H. COLLINGS III . Summit, N. J. 
DONALD E. COLLINS . . . Columbia, S. C. 



EDWARD J. COLLINS, JR. 
PHIL S. COLLINS . . . 
RANDALL D. COLLINS . 
THOMAS H. COLLINS . 
T. ROGER COLLINS . . 
CHARLES A. COLLUM . 



Belvedere, S. C. 
Branchville, S. C. 
Lancaster, S. C. 
Winnsboro, S. C. 
Livingston, N. J. 
Monetta, S. C. 



BEN G. COMPTON .... Lexington, S. C. 

G. L. COMPTON Baltimore, Md. 

ROBERT COMPTON Sumter, S. C. 

JOHN A. CONNELL Sumter, S. C. 

DAVID L. CONNELLY . . . Greenville, S. C. 
THOMAS C. CONNER . . Charleston, W. Va. 



DOUGLAS M. CONRAD . 


Charleston, S. C. 


JAMES T COOK . . 


. Clemson, S. C 


JOHN W. COOK, JR. . . 


Williamsville, N. Y. 


MARION R. COOK, JR. . 


Laurens, S. C. 


RODGER D. COOK . . . 




WILLIAM W. COOPER, JR. 


Hanahan, S. C. 


WILLIAM L. COPELAND . 


. . Clinton, S. C. 


JOHN C. CORNWELL . . 


. . Chester, S. C. 


BENNETT H. CORPENING 


. Asheville, N. C. 


HENRY E. COUSINS . . 


. Jacksonville, Fla. 


ALTON L. COX . . . . 


. Woodruff, S. C. 


GEDDES M. COX . . . . 


Fayetteville, N. C. 


HENRY C. COX, JR. . . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


MARTHA B. COX . . . . 


. Seneca, S. C. 


JOHN R. COYLE . . . 


. . Easley, S C 


PAMELA J. CRAFT . . . 


. Gastonia, N. C. 


JOHN J. CRAM .... 


. Cherry Hill, N. J. 


MALCOLM L. CRAVEN . 


. . Florence, S. C. 





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CHARLES H. CRAWFORD 
LEON A. CRAWFORD . . 
RAY A. CRAWFORD . . 
JOHN J. CRISCIONE . . 
WILLIAM H. CROCKER . 
C. ANDREW CROW . . 



Abbevillt 

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, S. C. 
, S. C. 
, S. C. 



MICHAEL G. CROWE .... Marietta, S. C. 
WILLIAM W. CULLER . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
WILLIAM R. CULPEPPER . . Decatur, Ga. 
JOHN A. CUNNINGHAM . PleasantviUe, N. J. 
THOMAS B. CUNNINGHAM . Darlington, S. C. 
WILLIAM R. CUNNINGHAM Wayneville, N. C. 



ARTHUR J. CURRENCE .... York, S. C. 

JAMES C. CURRY Patrick, S. C. 

JOHN D. CURTIS .... Smithtown, N. Y. 

TIMOTHY C. DALEY Inman, S. C. 

MAREN R. DANIEL .... Lyndhurst, N. J. 
SANFORD H. DANIEL . . . Columbia, S. C. 



NANCY R. DANNALS .... Maitland, Fla. 
HAROLD L. DAVENPORT . Greenville, S. C. 
BEVERLY A. DAVIS . . . Wilmington, N. C. 
HAROLD R. DAVIS . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

JIMMY R. DAVIS GafFney. S. C. 

JOE M. DAVIS Westminster, S. C. 

KEITH A. DAVIS Greenville, S. C. 

.MAYNARD J. DAVIS . . . Winnsboro. S. C. 
PAMELA M. DAVIS .... Rock Hill. S. C. 

RANDAL M. DAVIS Belton, S. C. 

RICHARD C. DAVIS .... Sumter, S. C. 
RICHARD I. DAVIS .... Clemson, S. C. 



SAMUEL L. DAVIS .... Pendleton, S. C. 
STEVEN E. DAVIS .... Charlotte, N. C. 
DAVID A. DANTINNE . . Williamston, N. J. 

SLOAN F. DEAN Toccoa, Ga. 

MARSHALL L. DEANHARDT Belton, S. C. 

GORDON H. DECHMAN .... Macon, Ga. 



WILLIAM W. DEER .... Beaufort. S. C. 
ROBERT A. DeFRANISO . . . Dorley, Conn. 
ADRIANO DEMORI . . . Cliffside Park, N. J. 

DON E. DENISON Cleveland, Ohio 

WILLIAM B. DePASS . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
WILLIAM F. DEPEW .... Baltimore, Md. 



ROBERT E. DEVAUX . 
CHARLES H. DEWITT , 
WILLIAM E. DeYOUNG 
CHARLES L. DICKSON 
JAMES F. DIETZ . . 
JOHN DIMITRI . . . 



. Stamford, Conn. 

St. Matthews, S. C. 

. . Greer, S. C. 

Sandy Spring, SiX. 

. Charlotte, N. C. 

. Charlotte, N. C. 



SYDNEY R. DOAK .... Wallerboro, S. C. 
Jl-DSON D. DOBBINS .... Greer, S. C. 
.MARY JANE DOBBINS . . . Townville, S. C. 
STANLER R. DOBBINS . . . Townville, S. C. 
HEARTH D. DOBSON .... Greer, S. C. 
WESS M. DOBSON Central, S. C. 

DONNA L. DOLBY Easley, S. C. 

ROBERT M. DONNELLY . . Crawford, N. J. 
DENNIS D. DONOHUE . . Cedar Grove, N. J. 

RICHARD J. DOREY Aiken, S. C. 

JAMES F. DOUGLAS . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
LINDA L. DOUGLAS .... Clemson, S. C. 



FLOYD S. DOUGLASS, JR. 
JAMES S. DOUGLASS . . 
CHARLES H. DRAYTON. JR. 
THOMAS D. DREHER . . 
ROBERT F. DRENN'AN, JR. 
.MICHAEL DRISCOLL . . 



JOHN W. DUCWORTH . 
JAMES R. DUNCAN . . 
ROBERT R. DURANT . . 
LAWRENCE B. DURHAM 
HARRY S. DUVAL, JR. . 
ERNEST M. DUVALL . . 



Chesterfield, S. C. 

Kinstree, S. C. 

. Charleston, S. C. 



Rock Hill, S. C. 
Brevard, N. C. 



Suraraerton, 
Baltimore, 



Columbia, S. C. 



HORACE C. DYAR Seneca, S. C. 

G. DAVID DYKES .... Thomasville, Ga. 
TOMMY C. DYKES .... Anderson, S. C. 
KENNETH D. DYKSTRA . . Charlotte, N. C. 
WINSTON M. EADDY' . . Hemingway, S. C, 
BYRAN D. EARWOOD . . . Anderson, S. C. 



ALLEN B. EDENFIELD 
FRANK W. ELDER . . 
JOHN K. EDMONDS . 
KENT A. EDMONDS . 



North Augusta, S. C. 

. . Clemson, S. C. 

. . Anderson, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 



MARSHALL W. EDWARDS Travelers Rest, S. C. 
STEVE R. EDWARDS . . . Johnston, S. C. 



IAN F. EISENBREY Elmer, N. J. 

MARIANNE EISMANN . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ROY C. ELDRIDGE, JR. . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
MARIKA A. ELLENBURG . . Liberty, S. C. 

CAROLE ELLIS Fort Mill, S. C. 

BOYD B. ELVINGTON . . Lake View, S. C. 



SHELLEY EMERSON . . 


St. Petersburg, Fla 


LINDA A. ENGLISH . . 


. . LaFrance, S. C 


ROBERT E. EPPS . . North Charleston, S. C 


ARTHUR G. ESTES . . 


Cav Ca 


BOYCE T. ESTES, JR. . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C 


ELLIOTT B. ESKEW . . 


. . Clemson, S. C 


JERRY D. ESKEW . . . 


Greenville, S. C 


FRANCES M. EVANS . 


. Holly Hill, S. C 


MICHAEL E. EVANS . . 


. . Abbeville, S. C 


PAl"L S. EVANS . . . 


. . . Dillon, S. C 


WALLACE R. EVANS . 


. Rock Hill, S. C 


WILLIAM D. EVANS . . 


. Bluefield, W. Va 


PETER W. EVERETT . 


. Metuchen, N. J 


KENNETH M. EWAN . 


. . Newark, Del 


CHARLES F. FADELEY . 


Lexington Park, Md 


MICHAEL J. FAER . . . 


. West Mifflin, Pa 


JAMES L. FAULKENBERRY . Camden, S. C 


JAMES R. FAULKNER, JR. 


Greenwood, S. C 


MARGARET A. FAY . . 


Catonsville, Md 


GLENN P. FELTON . . 


. . Bayside, N. Y 


RALPH C. FENNELL, JR. 


Kingstree, S. C 


CHARLES R. FERGUSON 


. . Rock Hill, S. C 


IRBY W. FERGUSON . . 


Clinton, S. C 


PAUL A. FERRY .... 


. Philadelphia, Pa 


JAMES P. FIELDS . . 


. . McBee, S. C 


RONALD E. FIGUEROA . 


. Spartanburg, S. C 


JERRY L. FINLEY . . 


. . Pelzer, S. C 


MARGARET J. FINLEY . 


. . Clemson. S. C 


ROBERT W. FITCHETT . 


. . Baltimore, Md 


DAVID B. FLEMING . . 


. Spartanburg, S. C 




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BARRY L. FLETHER . . 


. . Williston, S. C. 


I'LAT'DE L. FLOW III . 


. . Greenville, S. C. 


EMILY C. FLOYD . . . 


. Spartanburg, S. C. 


LARRY D. FLOYD . . 


Galivants Ferry, S. C. 


STEPHEN C. FLOYD III 


. . Newberry, S. C. 


JERRY M. FOLLETTE . 


. Mooresville, N. C. 


JOHN C. FOLSON . . 


West Port, Conn. 


BENJAMIN F. FORD, JR. 


. Great Falls, S. C. 


ZENAS W. FORD III . 


Newport News, Va 


lOHN M. FORREST . . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C 


JAMES E. FOSTER . . 


. . Greenville, S. C 



WILLIAM E. FOWLER Wadmalaw Island, S. C. 



CHERYL A. FOX Pendleton, S. C. 

BETHANY S. FRANKE . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
STANLEY R. FREEMAN . . Greenville, S. C. 

MARION E. FRICK Chapin, S. C. 

JOHN L. FULMER Lexington, Ky. 

MICHAEL H. FULMER . . . Clemson, S. C. 



JERRY E. FUNDERBURK 
COLONEL J. GADDY . . 
RICHARD P. GAGNON . 
WILLIAM H. GAINES . . 
RAYMOND L. GALLOWAY 
THOMAS G. GAMBILL . 



. . . Greer, S. C. 

Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

Westminster, Md. 

Travelers Rest, S. C. 

Darlington, S. C. 

. Fayetteville, N. C. 



SHERRY B. GAMBRELL . . . Belton, S. C. 

ERNEST L. GANDY .... Florence, S. C. 

STEVEN A. GANTT Chester, S. C. 

HARRELL L. GARDNER . . Darlington, S. C. 
RICHARD O. GARDNER, JR. . Kershaw, S. C. 
RICHARD W. GARDNER . Cinnaminson, N. J. 



SOPHOMORES 




FOSTER M. GARNER . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
STANFORD T. GARNETT . . Columbia, S. C. 
THOMAS G. GARRETT . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
THOMAS R. GARRETT ... Six Mile, S. C. 
WILLIAM H. GARVIN . . Greensboro, N. C. 
JESSE H. GASKINS . . . Chesterfield, S. C. 



ERIC K. GAVLAND . . 
PHILLIP M. GETZEN . 
THOMAS A. GIBSON . 
WILLIAM R. GIBSON . 
BOB D. GILBERT, JR. 
RICHARD A. GILBERT 



Climax, N. J. 
Eastover, S. C. 
Clemson, S. C. 

Sylvania, Ga. 
Lafayette, Ga. 

Dayton, Ohio 



, Md. 



WILLIAM P. GILBERT . . . Balti. 

JOHN D. GILDEN .... Greenwood, S. C. 

JON A. GILES Greer, S. C. 

BRUCE A. GILLESPIE . . . Rosemont, Pa. 

DA\'ID H. GILLIAM Pelzer, S. C. 

JACK E. GILLILAND . . . Greenville, S. C. 

GAVE J. GLAZENER .... Anderson, S. C. 

SUSAN P. GLEN Greenville, S. C. 

DAVID S. GLYMPH . . . Silver Spring, Md. 
JOSEPH G. GOELLER . . . Union City, N. J. 
MARK H. GOLDMAN . . Woodbridge, Conn. 
CHARLES H. GOODING . . Hampton, S. C. 



LUCILLE C. GORDON . . 


Edgewater, Md 


GEORGE A. GRABB . . . 


Columbia. S. C 


PETTY J. GRAHAM . . . 


Clemson, S. C 


CYNTHIA K. GRAMLING . 


. Ft. Stewart, Ga 


LARRY J. GRANGER . . 


. Clemson, S. C 


JOHN H. GRAVES . . . 


. Greenville, S. C 



JERRV C. GRAY Anderson, S. C. 

JOHN F. GRAY Abbeville, S. C. 

RON'ALD E. GRAY .... Allendale, S. C. 
WILLIAM J. GRAYSON . . . Charlotte, N. C. 

BEN H. GREEN Erie, Pa. 

LESLIE S GREEN .... Dorchester, S. C. 

ROY T. GREENE Pendleton, S. C. 

SUSAN H. GREENOUGH . Spartanburg, S. C. 
FERDINAND GREGORIE III Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
JAMES T. GRIFFIN Wurtsmith AFB, Mich. 

WILLIAM M. GRIGGS . . . Hartsville, S. C. 
CHARLES T. GRIMSLEY . N. Charleston, S. C. 



JOHN M. GROCHOWSKI . . Philadelphia, Pa. 
RONALD W. GROOMS .... Lugoff, S. C. 

JON J. GRUVER Union, S. C. 

JEFFREY M. GRUWELL . • . Sumter, S. C. 
JOHN C. GUERRY . . . Moncks Corner, S. C. 
JOHN F. GUEST Greenville, S. C. 



EDWARD P. GUMPHREY 


Annapolis, Md 


ROBERT E. HAARSGAARD 


. Ridgewood, N. J. 


RICHARD B. HADDOCK . 


. Kingstree, S. C. 


CARL E. HAEBERLE . . 


Boca Raton, Fla 


THOMAS W. HAENE . . 


. Charlotte, N. C 


RICHARD A. HAGER . . 


. Hartsville, S. C. 


LINDA J. HAILE . . . 


Locust Valley, N. Y 


CARL M. HAIR . . . 


North Augusta, S. C 


OLETA HAIR 




DENNIS W. HAIRE . . 


. Rock Hill, S. C 


HARRY V. HALL . . . 


Spartanburg, S. C 


KENNETH E. HALL . . 


. . Columbia, S. C 



LARRY L. HALL Jackson, S. C. 

JOE L. HAMBRIGHT, JR. . . Grover, N. C, 
EUGENE R. HAMILTON . . Crawford, N. J 

PELHAM HANCOCK Easley, S. C 

DONALD R. HANDY Aiken, S. C, 

RICHARD W. HANNA . . . Lake City, S. C, 

GAIL L. HANNA Effingham, S. C 

BENJAMIN T. HANNAH. JR. . Knoxville, Tenn, 
MICHAEL J. HARCHETTS . Bound Brook, N. J, 
GREGORY L. HARDING . Hachettstown, N. J 
HASKELL D. HARDY .... Laurens, S. C 
DANIEL F. HARKINS . . . Claymont, Del 



HUGH E. HARLEY .... Clemson, S. C. 

HAYNE P. HARPER Martin, S. C. 

RICHARD A. HARPOOTLIAN . Charlotte, N. C. 
MORGAN R. HARRELL . . . Florence, S. C. 
LOUIE W. HARRELSON . . . Opolika, Ala. 
THOMAS O. HARRELSON . Georgetown, S. C. 



CHRISTOPHER P. HARRIS . . Summit, N. J. 
ROBERT A. HARRIS . . . Fort Mill, S. C. 

BILLIE A. HARRY Shelby, N. C. 

HENRY G. HART, JR. . . Simpsonville, S. C. 

MARTHA E. HART Easley, S. C. 

SUZANNE E. HARTE .... Beaufort, S. C. 

DIANNE HARTER Ehrhardt, S. C. 

ROBERT .M. HARTLEY . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
CHARLES R. HARTLINE . . . Jackson, S. C. 
EDWARD W. HARTLING . . . Islip, N. Y. 
AARON HARVEY .... Charleston, S. C. 
BRUCE R. HARVEY .... Greenwood, S. C. 








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JANE W. HASS Charleston, S. C. 

MICHAEL R. HASTINGS . Spartanburg. S. C. 
STEPHEN T. HASTY .... Camden, S. C. 
RODGER F. HATCHELL . . Effingham, S. C. 
FLETCHER G. HAWKINS . . Camden, S. C. 
FRANK D. HAWKINS . . . Greenville, S. C. 



MARGARET L. HAWKINS 


. Central, S. C. 


PHILLIP L. HAWKINS . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


JAMES H. HAY .... 


. . Aiken, S. C. 


KENNETH B. HAYES . . 


. Pickens, S. C. 


TERRY A. HAYES .... 


. . Belton, S. C. 


JAMES M. HELMS . . . 


. Goldsboro, S. C. 


JAMES C. HEMPHILL . . 


. Charlotte, N. C. 


JAMES A. HENDERSON . 


Kingsport. Tenn. 


LEONARD T. HENDERSON 


. Newberry, S. C. 


RICHARD C. HENDERSON 


. . Belton, S. C. 


THOMAS R. HENDERSON 


McCormick, S. C. 


\-AN L. HENDERSON . . 


. Glassboro, N. J. 


RALPH M. HENDRIX . . 


. Columbia, S. C 


THOMAS A. HENRIKSON 


Charleston, S. C 


PAUL F. HERBSTER . . 


. Kearny, N. J 


SAMUEL L. HERNDON . 


. HartsviUe, S. C 


WILLIAM M. HERON . . 


Jenkinsville, S. C 


EDWIN F. HERRINGTON . 


. Waynesboro, Ga 



PAM M. HERSHBERGER . . Conway, S. C. 
ROBERT L. HEVERLEY . . Walterboro, S. C. 
JOHN D. HIGHTOWER, JR. . . Decatur, Ga. 
GARTH L. HILL . . . Little Mountain, S. C. 
GERALD W. HILL .... Pine Hill. N. J. 
JOHN S. HILL Charleston, S. C. 



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JOSEPH E. HILL .... 


Ware Shoals, S. C. 


JAMES M. HILLS .... 


Georgetown, S. C. 


JOAN M. HINDMAN . . 


. Taylors, S. C. 


DALE 0. HINKEL . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


FREL L. HISER .... 


. . Bel Air, Md. 


PAUL F. HLUBB, JR. . . 


Baltimore, Md. 


HOBBS. OSWALD T., JR. . 


Sumter, S. C. 


ALLEN H. HODGES . . . 


. Clemson, S. C. 


JOSEPH P. HODGES . . 


Bennettsville, S. C. 


LOUIS Y. HOFFMEYER . 


. Florence, S. C. 


PERRY D. HOLCOMBE . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


EDWARD J. HOLLAND, JR 


. . Islip. N. Y. 


WILLIAM F. HOLLE . . 


. LaGrange, Ga. 


JOHN W. HOLLISTER . . 


Jacksonville, S. C. 


LEE 0. HOLLOWAY . . 


. . Sumter, S. C. 


CHARLES M. HOLMES . North Charleston, S. C. 


THOMAS D. HOLSTEIN . 


. . Monetta, S>C. 


ROBERT B. HOOKS . . . 


Winter Park, Fla. 


JUNIUS S. HOPPER . . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


DANIEL C. HORNE . . ■ 


Columbia, S. C, 


ELEANOR D. HORNE . . 


. . Sumter, S. C. 


MICHAEL L. HORTON . . 


Kingstree, S. C. 


ROY E. HORTON .... 


. . Clinton. S. C. 


SUZANNE HOTINGER . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


BATES R. HOUCK . . . 


. Cameron, S. C. 


ROBERT W, HOUSEMAN . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


PHYLLIS I. HOUX . . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


CHARLES R. HOWARD, JR. 


. Glens Falls, N. J. 


HARRY H. HOWARD . . 


West Orange, N. J. 


GREER C. HUBBARD . . 


. Victoria, Texas 



LARRY P. HUDSON . 
MARK R. HUDSON . 
JAMES W. HUFF, JR. 
RAYMOND T. HUFF 
LARRY B. HUGGINS 
MARY C. HUGHES 



. . Conway, S. C. 
Randallstonn, Md. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Hemingway, S. C. 
Honea Path, S. C. 



WARDEN \V. HUGHES . . . Hartsville, S. C. 
MARLENE T. HUGHEY . . Piedmont, S. C. 

DANIEL E HUNT Greenville, S, C. 

JOHN G. HUNT Anderson, S. C. 

DA\"ID F. HUNTER Wheaton, Md. 

ROBERT H. HURRAY- . New Providence, N. J. 



ROBERT B. HURSEY . North Charleston, S. C. 



DAVID R. HUTTO . . . 
WILBURN L. HUTTO, JR. 
FRANK H. IRELAN . . 
EDWARD F. IRICK . . 
WILLIAM R. IRICK . . 



Orangeburg. S. C. 

Reevesville, S. C. 

ClarksviUe, Ohio 

Columbia, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 



BEVERLY J. JACKSON . . . Laurens, S. C. 
CHARLES R. JACKSON .... A.ken, S. C. 

EMMA J. JACKSON Marion, S. C. 

ROBERT N. JACKSON .... Sumter, S. C. 
THO.MAS L. JACOBS .... Sumter, S. C. 
WILLIAM P. JACOB Clinton, S. C. 

JOHN C. JAMES Anderson, S. C. 

L.\RRY C. JAMES Columbia, S. C. 

HENRY R. JAMESON . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
RICHARD M. JAMISON . North Charleston, S. C. 
ROBERT E. JAMISON . . Winter Haven, Fla. 
ROBERT G. JAMISON .... Conway, S. C. 



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TEDDEE L. JANAS . . 


Chihuahua, Mexico 


JOHN R. JAYNER . . . 


. . . Lugoff, S. C. 


ERNEST G. JEFFORDS . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


GUY A. JENKINS . . . 


. . Asbeville, N. C. 


JULIA A. JENKINS . . 


. Anderson. S. C. 


J.UIES J. JENNINGS . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


JAMES J. JENSEN . . . 


Livingston, N. J. 


CHARLES R. JOHNSON . 


Westmont, N. J. 


HORACE S. JOHNSON . 


Greer, S. C. 


JIM L. JOHNSON . . . 


. Clayraont, Del. 


JOHN H. JOHNSON . . 


. College Park, Ga. 


JOHN M. JOHNSON . . 


. . Columbia, S. C. 


LAVAL H. JOHNSON . . 


Newberry, S. C. 


POPE D. JOHNSON III 


Newberry, S. C. 


PRICILLA K. JOHNSON 


. Scaly Mt., N. C. 


RICHARD A. JOHNSON . 


. . Lancaster, Pa. 


ROBERT H. JOLLY . . . 


. Winnsboro, S. C. 


CHAMP M. JONES, JR. . 


. Clemson, S. C. 


DONALD T. JONES . . 


Charleston, S. C. 


GEORGE L. JONES . . . 


Clemson, S. C. 


HOMER E. JONES . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


HOWARD M. JONES . . 


. . Garnett, S. C. 


JOSEPH C. JONES . . . 


. . Florence, S. C. 


KATHLEEN S. JONES . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


M. CLARICE JONES . . 


. . . Clover, S. C. 


MARTENZA L. JONES . 


. . Columbia, S. C. 


.MICHAEL K. JONES . . 


. . . Greer, S. C. 


MIKE R. JONES . . . 


Gastonia. N. C. 


ROBERT S. JONES . . . 


. . Clemson. S. C. 


CLIFTON K. JORDAN . 


. . Mullins, S. C. 




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LARRY V. JORDAN Belton, S. C. 

WILLIAM H. JORDAN . . . Charleston, S. C. 
BILLY C. JUMPER . . . New Ellenton, S. C. 
CYNTHIA R. KAHLER . . . Kershaw, S. C. 
WILLIAM H. KAHARS . . Charleston, S. C. 



RICHARD H. KAPP . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


SARA R, KARESH . . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


MARVIN L. KATZEN . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


JOHN P. KACSERUD . . 


. Pendleton, S. C. 


DAVID L. KAY 


. Greenville, S. C. 


HAL M. KAYLOR . . . 


Conover, N C. 


SIDNEY M. KEARSE . . 


. . Florence, S. C. 


WILLIAM H. KEETER . 


. . . Aiken, S. C. 


JAMES M. KELLY . . . 


Darlington, S. C. 


JERRY L. KELLY ... 


. . Piedmont, S. C. 


WAYNE C. KELLY . . . 


. . Central, S. C. 


JOSEPH W. KELLY . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


ROBERT B. KELLY . . . 


. . Liberty, S. C. 


RODNEY A. KELLY . . 


. . . Elgin, S. C. 


CHARLES D. KENNEDY . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


HAROLD M. KENNEDY . 


. . Columbia, S. C. 


MILNOR P. KESSLER . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


BOBBY N. KEY . . . . 


. . Belton, S. C. 


RICHARD E. KILBY . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


JAMES I. KINARD . . . 


Newberry, S. C. 


FRANCIS W. KING . . 


Georgetown, S. C. 


JACK H. KING .... 


. Wilmington, N. C. 


JO J. KING 


. . Piedmont, S. C. 


KENNETH V. KING . . 


. . Madison, S C. 


OSCAR S. KING .... 


. . . Easley, S. C. 


ROBERT T. KING . . . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


THOMAS M. KING . . 


. Chesterfield, S. C. 


WILLIAM A. KING . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


EDWARD T. KINEHORN . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


HORACE D. KINSEY . . 


. Walterboro, S. C. 


ROBERT W. KIRBY . . 


. . . Akron, Ohio 


THOMAS H. KLAHRE . . 


Saddle River, N. J. 


Sl'SAN E. KLINCK . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


JAMES M. KLOSKY . . 


. . Anderson, S. C. 


FRANKLIN N. KNIGHT . 


Laurens, S. C. 


JOHN R. KNIGHT . . . 


Lancaster, S. C. 



MARY E. KNIGHT .... Greenville, S. C. 
ROBERT A. KNOERR .... Seneca, S. C. 
ROBERT G. KNOWLES .... Richard, Va. 

JAC E. KNUST Baltimore, Md. 

DAVID W. KORMANICKI . . Ridley Park, Pa. 
STEVEN G. KUESTER . . . Evansville, Ind. 

LINDA R. KL'ISMA Iselin. N. J. 

RALPH B. KUNZ Florence, S. C. 

RIEHARD S. KUTZLEH . . . Freehold, N. J. 

(;ARY J. LADEN Morristown. N. J. 

LINDA J. LADD .... Williamston. S. C. 
ROBERT L. LAFORGE . . . Greenville, S. C. 

KENNETH W. LAKE . . . Hicksville, N. Y. 

RALPH D. LAMAR Easley, S. C. 

JAMES J. LAMPROS . . . Fayctteville, N. C. 
JANICE M. LANDERS . . . Anderson, S. C. 

THOMAS B. LANEY Cheraw, S. C. 

LARRY C. LANGLEY . . Travelers Rest, S. C. 



ROGER N. LANGLEY . . Johnsonville, S. C. 
FRAN'CIS \V. LANKFORD . . . Seneca, S. C. 
LEWIS K. LANFORD .... Duncan, S. C. 
WILLIAM A. LASHLEY, JR. Orangeburg, S. C. 
EDWARD O. LASSAHN . . . Baltimore, Md. 
ED T. LATH AN Spartanburg, S. C. 

FREDERICK L. LATHAN . . Hanahan, S. C. 

JO A, LATIMER Anderson, S. C. 

McDonald law Aiken. S. C. 

ELAINE J. LAWRENCE .... Aiken, S. C. 

L. L. LAWSON High Point, N. C. 

TERRY M. LAWSON .... Belton, S. C. 



JAMES D. LAURO .... Greensboro, 
MARION RUSSELL LAWTON . Estill 
RICHARD P. LAYTON . . Penns Grove 
ALVIN A. LEACH .... Effingham 
GL-Y B. LEAKY .... North Augusta 
CHERYL L. LEE .... New Haven. 


N. C. 

S. C. 

N.J. 

S. C. 

S. C. 
Conn. 


RICHARD 
ROBERT 


F. LEE . . 
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New York, 
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TERRELL T. LEEKE . . 
JAMES A. LEHMANN . 
JOSEPH W. LEMIRE . 
ROBERT C. LENHARDT 


Simpsonville 

N. Charleston 

Greenville 

. . Charleston 


c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 



H. DONNIS LENTZ . . . Johnsonville, S. C. 
THOMAS F. LEONARD . . . Kearny, N. J. 
SERR.ANO LEONARDO . . . Quito, Ecuador 
EDWIN O. LESLEY .... Manning, S. C. 

RONNIE H. LESLEY Easley, S. C. 

JACK Q. LEVER, JR Bethesda, Md. 

DODGE P. LEWIS Clemson, S. C. 

ALLAN W. LIBBY . Huntington Station, N. Y. 

GARY A. LILLIS Greenport, N. Y. 

DOUGLAS E. LIMBAUGH . . . Easley, S. C. 
JAMES M. LINDSEY, JR. . . Manning, S. C. 
ROBERT A. LINER, JR. . . Greenwood, S. C. 



NORMAN H. LINGLE . . . Mogadore, Ohio 

GEORGE G. LINK Clinton, S. C. 

ROBERT L. LIPSCOMB, JR. . . Gaffney. S. C. 
THOMAS P. LITTLE . . . Culberson. S. C. 
JESSE B. LITTLEJOHN . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
JAMES V. LIVINGSTON . . Columbia, S. C. 



JAMES E. LOCKERY, JR. . Spartanburg, S. C 
DENNIS H. LOCKWOOD . . Teterboro, N. J 
SANFORD H. LOEF .... Gainesville, Ga 
DONALD L. LOFSTROM . . . Madison, N. J, 
ALEXANDER L. LOFTON . Mt. Pleasant, S. C 
JOSEPH W. LOGAN Chester, S. C 



TERRY LOCKMAN LONG . . Mauldin, S. C. 

DENNIS C. LOONEY Irmo, S. C. 

ROBERT W. LORANCE . . Charleston, S. C. 
RANDOLPH F. LOVETT . . Fair Bluff, N. C. 
ROBERT S. LOWE . . . North Augusta, S. C. 
HAROLD W. LOWRANCE,JR, . N. Chas., S. C. 



PERRY I. LUPO . . . . 


. Greenville 


S. C 


KATHRYN A. LUSK . . 


. Honea Path 


S. C 


DAVID C. LYNCH . . . 


. Willingboro 


N. T 


ROBERT A. LYONS, JR. . 


. . Mariett 


a, Ga 


.MICHAEL L. McABEE . 


Piedmont 


S. C 


ANGELA C. McALISTER 


. . Union 


S. C 




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JEANETTE D. McALISTER . Anderson, S. C. 
VAX J. McALISTER .... Clemson, S. C. 

RONALD J. McCALL Aiken, S. C. 

JACKSON E. McCAIN . . . Abbeville, S. C. 
JOHN F. McCARTY . . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
PATRICK M. McCLURE .... Morton, Pa. 



JAMES B. McCOLL, Dillon, S. C. 

WILLIAM W. McCOLLOUGH Spartanburg, S. C. 
JOEL W. McCOMBE .... Greenville, S. C. 
WILLIAM F. McCONNELL . Columbia. S. C, 
JOHN H. McDANIEL .... Pickens, S. C. 
GLEN D. McDowell . . Wlllow Grove, Pa. 



CHARLES E. McGEE . . . 


. Wheaton, Md. 


IA.MES R. McGEE . . . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


WILLIAM C. McGINN . . 


. Fort Mill. S. C. 


MICHAEL C. McGULLEE . 


. Greenwood, S. C. 


WILLIAM P. McGUIGAN . 


. Abbeville, S. C. 


HERBERT M. McKENZIE . 


N. Augusta, S. C. 


SAMUEL KIRK McKEOWN 


. . Pauline, S.C. 


DOUGLAS C. McKINNEY . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


ROBERT A. McKINNEY, JR. 


. Greenville, S. C. 


\'ICTOR G. McKOY . . . 




JEWELL P. McLAURIN . . 


. . Dillon, S. C. 


CHARLES D. McLEAN . . 


Bennettsville, S. C. 



DAVID A. McLELLAN .... Dillon, S. C. 

JOHN F. McMAKIN Lyman, S. C. 

J.\MES M. McMICHAEL . . Connersville, Ind. 

JOHN L. McMURRAY Greer, S. C. 

JOHN N. McNAIR Jackson, S. C. 

ROGER J. McPHERSON . . . Gaffney, S. C. 



JOHN M. McTAMNEY . . 
BOVCE E. MABRY, JR. . 
MARGARET L. MACAULEY 
CARMINE J. MACERA . 
MARY D. MACKAY . . 
MARK MALAND . . . I> 



DENNIS J. MALLOY 

JAMES F. MANESS . 
BRENDA S. MANLEY 
JOHN R. MANN . . . 
GLENN M. MANNING 
GEORGE C. MANOS . 



Shaw AFB, S. C. 
Cheraw, S. C. 
Mt. Morris, N. Y. 
. . Wayne, Pa. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 
I Hyde Park. N. Y. 



. Depew, N. Y. 
Georgetown, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 
Barnwell, S. C. 
Pennsauken, N. J. 



PATRICIA A. MANSFIELD . Columbia, S. C. 
SHERRY L. MARCHBANKS . Clemson, S. C. 
.M.\RV ALICE MARETT . . Westminster, S. C. 
BRl'CE W. MARSH.\LL . . . Claymont, D«l. 
JOHN C. MARSHALL . . Silver Spring. Mo. 
CHARLIE R. MARTIN . . . Beaufort, S. C. 



JERRY B. MARTIN . . 
LINDA M. MARTIN . . 
ROBERT E. MARTIN . 
RODNEY E. MARTIN . 
SCOTT A. MARTIN . . 
THEODORE T. MARTIN 



MARY J. MASSEY . . 
NORMAN T. MASSEY 
NANCY G. MASTERS . 
HUBERT L- MATHIAS 
I.OUIS B. MATHIAS 
\ICTORIA A. MATTIS 



Columbia, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

Gray Court, S. C. 

PeUer, S. C. 

, Rock Hill, S. C. 

. Athens, Ga. 



JOHN T. MAULDIN . . 


Greenville, S. C 


DEXNIS L. MAUNEY . 


Greenwood, S. C 


BEN A. MAYNARD . . 


Simpsonville, S. C 


JAMES L MAYS . . 


. Allendale, S. C 


CHARLES E. MAYSON 


Greenville, S. C 


RICHARD D. MEDLIN . 


. Williamston, S. C 


BENJAMIN R. MEGGS . 


Florence, S. C 


EUGENE S. MELLARD . 


. Summerville, S. C 


HENRY L. MELLICHAMP 


III Mt. P.eas't, S. C 


ROBERT J. MELVILLE . 


. Statesville, N. C 


MELVIN S. MERCK . . 


. . Six Mile, S. C 


FRITZ I. MERKEL . . . 


. Cocoa Beach, Fla 



JOSEPH S. MICHALOWSKI . . Sumter, S. C. 
CHERYL A. MICHEL . . . Greenville, S. C. 
WILBUR K. MILHOL^S .... Olar, S. C. 
EUYLESS E. MILLER. JR. . . Taylors, S. C. 
GEORGE F. MILLER .... Greenville, S. C. 
JAMES A, MILLER Clemson, S. C. 

JAMES D. MILLER Walhalla. S. C. 

JAMES J. MILLER Clemson, S. C. 

JOHN E. MILLER Anderson, S. C. 

JOHN M. MILLER .... Greenville, S. C. 
LARRY M. MILLER . . . Johnsonville, S. C. 
WILLIAM B. MILLER . . Toms River, N. J. 



THELBENT J. MILLIGAN, JR. . Loris, S. C 
JOHNNIE F. MILTON . . . Lake City, Fla 
ANTHONY J. MIRABELLI . . Bellport, N. J 
THOMAS A. MING . Atlantic Highlands, N. J 

JAMES A. MIMS Hartsville, S. C 

JOHN P. MINCEY .... Winnsboro, S C 



STAFFORD M. MISHOE .... Loris, S. C. 
LYNN W. MITCHELL, JR. . . Allentown, Pa. 

DANNY R. MIXON Sumter. S. C. 

JAMES R. MOBLEY .... Anderson, S. C. 
OSCAR F. MOLIN, JR. . . . Sea Cliff, N. Y. 
CARTER E. MONTGOMERY . Columbia. S. C. 



RONALD J. MONTGOMERY . Myrtle Bch., S. C. 
DANNY J. MOORE . . . Spartanburg. S. C. 
DANNY W. MOORE . Windy Hill Beach, S. C. 
DENNIS A. MOORE .... Stratford, Conn. 
DENNIS D. MOORE .... Greenville, S. C. 
DONALD B. MOORE Easley, S. C. 



HARRY G. MOORE, JR. . 

VERNON W. MOORE. JR. 

ROBERT S. MOOREHEAD 

DONALD R. MORGAN . . 

JOHN W. MORGAN III . . . Columbi 

ANNE C. MORRIS Columbi 



Chattanooga, 
. Andrews 



RedSe 



FRED P. MORRIS . . . AvondaleEstates, Ga. 
GLENN A. MORRIS . . . Poughkeepsie. N. Y. 
CRAIG R. MORRISON . . . Fairhaven. N. J. 
FURMAN R. MORROW, JR. . W. Columbia, S. C. 

ROBERT J. MORTON Folsom, Pa. 

RUSSELL P. MUSCHICK . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

STEPHEN C. MOSELEY .... Tampa, Fla. 
CATHY L. MOSS .... Blacksburg, S. C. 

THOMAS C. MOSS Cameron, S. C. 

MATTHEW M. MOSSMAN . Cincinnati. Ohio 
EUGENE F. MOVER. JR. . Spartanburg. S. C. 
SUSAN L. MOZEN Clemson. S. C. 




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JAMES W. MUNN .... Spartanburg, S. C. 
CHARLES W. MURPHREE . . Easley, S. C. 
JOE E. MURPHREE .... Walhalla. S. C. 

CARL F. MURPHY Central, S. C. 

JOE H. MURRAY, JR. . . . Harleyville, S. C. 
WILLIAM J. MUSSELWHITE . Liberty, S. C. 

DAVID M. MYERS Ashland, Ohio 

PAUL C. MYERS .... Winter Haven, Fla. 

MARY W. NALLEY Clemson, S. C. 

RICHARD S. NEEDHAM . . . Clemson, S. C. 
JANIE E. NEEL .... Williamston, S. C. 
JAMES E. NEUHAUS . . . Beachwood, N. J. 



GEORGE A. NEWMAN II , 


. Charlotte, N. C. 


MICHAEL D. NEWMAN . 


. . Inman, S. C. 


DONALD A. NEWTON . . 


. . McColl, S. C, 


NATHAN S. NEWTON . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


HENRY E. NICHOLS . . 


. Silverstreet, S. C. 


JUDI A. NICKS .... 




STEPHEN M. NORRIS . 


. Hazelwood, N. C. 


JOHN C. NORTON . . . 


. Ocean Drive, S. C. 


JUDITH A. NORVILLE . 


. . Grover, N. C. 


WILBUR J. NUNES . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


RICHARD L. OBORN . . 


. . Sanford, N. C. 


WILLIAM T. O'CONNOR . 


. Asheville, N. C. 



TOMMIE M. OGLESBY . . . Allendale, S. C. 
WILLIE H. OGLESBY, JR. . N. Charleston, S. C. 
ROBERT D. OGLETREE .... Cayce, S. C. 
DAVID M. OLIVER .... Beaumont, Texas 
LESTER R. OLIVER .... Hartsville, S. C. 
BRAD J. O'NEAL Fairfax, S. C. 

BARRY L. ORNITZ Seneca, S. C. 

GEORGE B. OSBORNE . . Winnsboro, S. C. 

WAYNE R. OSET Rahway, N. J. 

MARY A. OSTEEN .... Anderson, S. C. 

RONALD I. OUZTS Callison, S. C. 

COLEMAN C. OWENS, JR. . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 



JOHN H. OWINGS . . 
DONALD N. PADGETT . 
HORACE D. PADGETT, JR. 
EVERETTE O. PAGE . . 
DAVID L. PALMER . . 
JEFFREY T. PALMER . 



Greenville, S. C. 
Smoaks, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. Clemson, S. C. 
Winter Park, Fla. 



WILLIAM R. PALMER . . . Gaffney, S. C. 
HERBERT L. PARHAM, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 
AUBREY W. PARKER .... Dillon, S. C. 

LINDA PARKER Cades, S;^;. 

WILLIAM S. PARNELL . Calhoun Falls, S. C. 
CLAUDE A. PARKS .... Charlotte, N. C. 



HARRY B. PARTLOW, JR. 
CHARLES W. PATE . . . 
PAUL D. PATRICK III . . 
RAYMOND L. PATRICK . 
CHARLTON B. PATTERSON 
DONALD P. PATTERSON . 



. Rock Hill, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
. Tennille, Ga. 
. . Sptbg., S. C. 
Frcnchtown, N. J. 



JAMES O. PATTERSON . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
JOHN A. PATTERSON .... Easley, S. C. 
MICHAEL D. PATTERSON . Greenwood, S. C. 
SAMUEL J. PATTERSON . . Tell City, Ind. 

DAVID H. PAYNE LaFrance, S. C. 

WILLIAM G. PEARCE . . . Charleston, S. C. 



HARVEY S. PEELER 
JAMES B. PEEPLES . 
RAYMOND T. PEDEN 
ROBERTA L. PEDEN . 
DANA G. PELLETIEN 
LINDA M. PENLAND 



. Gaffney, S. C. 

Barnwell, S. C. 

Piedmont, S. C. 
Caldwell, N. J. 

Rock Hill, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 



FRANK D. PENSADO .... Clemson, S. C. 
GEORGE PETLSKY .... Greenville, S. C. 
BRENDA L. PEPPLE .... Piedmont, S. C. 
STANLEY V. PEREZ Santo Domingo, Dom. Rep. 
JAMES A. PETERSON .... Aiken, S. C. 
SCOTT D. PETERSEN .... Seneca, S. C. 



KENNETH G. PETRUSKY 


. . Rahway, N. J. 


EDGAR H. PHILLIPS . . 


. . Smoaks, S. C 


LARRY W. PHILLIPS . . 


. . Gaffney, S. C 


MICHAEL R. PHILLIPS . 


. Charleston, S. C 


RANDALL C. PHILLIPS . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


LARRY D. PHILPOTI . . 


. Walhalla, S. C. 


RICHARD J. PILO . . . 


. Bellport, N. Y. 


G. DAVID PITNER . . . 


. Florence, S. C. 


ELIZABETH PITTS . . 


Clemson, S. C. 


JAMES M. PIZZICATO . . 


. Rochester, N. Y. 


ROBERT M. PLANTE . . 


. Chatham, N. J 


RICHARD W. PLOOF . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


THOMAS E. POBBINS . . 


. Townville, S. C. 


WILLIAM N. POE . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


JAMES W. POLATTY . . 


. Ninety Six, S. C. 


BOBBY J. POOLE . . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


DAVID G. PORTER . . . 


Spartanburg, S. C 


RUSSELL A. POSTON . . 


. Hanahan, S. C. 



ROBERT C. POSTON . . . McDonough, Ga. 

ANN M. POWELL Anderson, S. C. 

HAROLD B. POWELL . . . Eglin AFB, Fla. 
CHCRCHILL C. POWERS . Bennettsville, S. C. 
HAROLD P. PRAKE . . . Martinsburg, Pa. 
WILLIAM B. S. PRESSLY . . Greenville, S. C. 



WILLIAM W. PRESSON 


. . Monroe, N. C 


ROBERT M. PRIDMORE . 


Hickory Grove, S. C 


RICK V. PRINDY . . . 


Winston-Salem, N. C 


THOMAS E. PROPES . 


. . Anderson, S. C 


VANDERBILT C. PUNDT 


. . Chester, S. C 


EDWARD S. PUSEY . . 


. . Charleston, S. C 


EDMOND M. RAGSDALE 


Easley, S. C 


DIANNE D. RAILTON . 


Columbia, S. C 


WILLIAM L. RALSTON 


. Batesburg, S. C 


ARNOLD J. RAMSEY . 


. . Pauline, S. C 


GEORGE D. RANKIN . . 


Clemson, S. C 


CHRISTOPHER K. RASH 


. . Anderson. S. C 


JAMES W. RATLIFF . . 


. . Columbia, S. C 


CHARLES H. RATTERREE 


Spartanburg, S. C 


DANNY A. RAWL . . . 


. . Woodbine. Ga 


FREDDY H. RAY . . . 


Clinton, S. C 


GEORGE D. RAY . . . 


. . Clemson, S. C 


LAWRENCE K. RAY . . 


. . Walhalla, S. C 


BRUCE E. RAYLE . . . 


Richmond, Ind 


HARRY M. REED . . . 


. . . North. S. C 


WILLIAM M. REESE . 


Columbia. S. C 


RODNEY D, REEVES . . 


Orangeburg, S. C 


DAVID A. REIDER . . 


. . Summit, N. J 


GLORIA RENTZ . . . . 


. Greenwood, S. C 





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RICHARD W. RENTZ . . 
DAVID M. REUTER . . . 
RICHARD R. RHEA . . 
WILLIAM B. RHODES III 
WILLIAM E. RHYMER, JR. 
JONATHAN C. RICE III . 



DONNY W. RICHARDSON 
VIRGINIA D. RICHBOURG 
ROBERT S. RIDDLE . . . 
ERNEST L. RINEHART . 



Columbia, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Winnsboro, S. C. 
A^are Shoals, S. C. 



Conway, S. C. 
Florence, S. C. 
Gastonia, N. C. 
od, S. C. 



JACOB S. RISER Bowman, S. C. 

PARK T. RISSEL CoatesviUe, Pa. 



MORRIS R. RITCH III . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
CHARLES E. RIVERS .... Thomson, Ga. 
JAMES C. RIVERS, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 
WILLIAM M. RIVERS . Moncks Corner, S. C. 

JOHN E. ROBERTS Chester, S. C. 

JUDITH A. ROBERTS . . . Greenville, S. C. 



JAMES F. ROBERTSON . 
JAMES V. ROBERTSON . 
ROBERT H. ROBEY . . 
HARRIET V. ROBINS . . 
JAMES C. ROBINSON . . 
WILLIAM E. ROBINSON 



. Pickens, S. C. 

Fairburn, Ga. 

Bethesda, Md. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
. Gaffney, S. C. 



HARRY H. ROCHEN III . 
DONALD E. ROCHESTER 
JOSEPH R. ROCHESTER 
JEFFREY C. ROCKWELL 
RICHARD A. ROESLER . 
DAWN S. RODGERS 



DAN M. E. ROGERS . . 
GEORGE M. ROGERS . 
JACOB R. ROGERS . . 
PHILLIP D. ROGERS . 
RANDOLPH G. ROGERS 
ROBERT C. ROOF . . 



Waynesboro, Va. 

Seneca, S. C. 

. Barnwell, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

. Hillsdale, N. J. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Williamston, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 
. . Dillon, S. C. 
. . Easley, S. C. 
. Hartsville, S. C. 

Blythewood, S. C. 



RONALD W. ROOF .... Lexington, S. C. 
JACK R. ROPER .... North Augusta, S. C. 
DEL A. ROSEBROCK . North Charleston, S. C. 

GLENN H. ROSS Taylors, S..C. 

JEFF W. ROWELL, JR Easley, S. C. 

DONALD L. ROZIER Dillon, S. C. 



PAUL T. RUDLOFF . . 
CHARLES R. RUTLAND . 
RICHARD RYDAROWSKI 
DAVID L. SA DOW SKI . 

THOMAS B. SALLEY 
MELVIN E. SAMMONS 



Clemson, S. C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 
E. Meadow, N. Y. 
Oak Ridge, Te|in. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 



BE\ERLV A.' SAUNDERS . Spartanburg, S. C. 



DARRVL P. SANDERS . 
GUV S. SANDERS III . 
JAMES R. SANDERS . 
WILLIAM P. SANDIFER 
KENNETH W. SARTAIN 



Anderson, S. C. 

Bamberg, S. C. 

Gaffney, S. C. 

Bennettsville, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 



WILLIAM D. SAVERANCE . 
RICHARD A. SAVIN . . . 
THOMAS W. SAWYER . . 
DALE R. SCHIEKE . . . 
KENNETH W. SCHMIDT . 
KENNETH W. SCHNEIDER 



. Annandale, Va 
Philadelphia, Pa 
Monetta, S. C 
Thiesville, N. J 
. Baldwin, Md 
. Clifton, N. J 



RALMOND H. SCHNEIDER 
MALBEE R. SCOTT . . 
THOMAS D. SCOTT . . 
MARGARET E. SEALES . 
STANLEY B. SEAWRIGHT 
HAROLD J. SEFICK . . 



ROBERT M. SEGARS . 
WILLLAM M. SELF . 
ATHANASIOS SEMBOS 
ROBERT J. SEMERIIAN 
JOHN E. SETTLE. JR. . 
FRANKIE M. SETZLER 



ROBERT C. SHARPTON 
JERI G. SHAW . . . 
DONALD T. SHEALY . 
WILLLAM D. SHELLEY 
ROBERT N. SHELTON , 
GLENN D. SHEPHERD 



,N.J. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Clemson, S. C. 



Darlington, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. Patras, Greece 

Washington, D. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Whitmire, S. C. 



Orangeburg, S. C. 

Indialantic, Fla. 

Seneca S. C. 

. . Latta. S. C. 

. Asheboro, N. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 



THEODORE P. SHERTZER 
JOHN P. SHIELDS . . . 
PAUL R. SHISH . . . . 
FARLEY S. SHULER . . . 
MALCOLM D. SHULER . 
ANDREW G. SIDRONY 



RICHARD D. SIMMONS 
JOHN M. SIMMONS, JR. 
MARK A. SIMS . . . 
FRANK J. SINGLETARY 
GLEN E. SINGLETARY 
MERLE L. SINGLETON 



Baltimore, 
Neptune, N. J, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Columbia, S. C 
Kingstree, S. C 
Metuchen, N. J 



Pendleton, S. C. 
Mountville, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Coward, S. C. 

. . Miami, Fla. 

Newberry, S. C. 



T. MARION SLATON . 
WILLIAM H. SLOAN . . 
ROBERT L. SMALSER . 
CAROL J. SMARR . 


Tignall, Ga 

. Charleston, S. C 

Englishtown, N. J 

Columbia, S. C 


GARLAND L. SMITH . 
EUGENE A. SMITH, JR. 

GERALD W. SMITH . . 
HENRY J. SMITH . . 


. Ocean Drive, S. C 
. St. George, S. C 

. . Madison, S. C 


TACKIE W. SMITH 




KIRBY N. SMITH . . . 
RAOUL L. SMITH . . . 
RONALD D. SMITH . . 


. Orangeburg, S. C 
. Walterboro, S. C 
. . Piedmont, S. C 



ROY T. SMITH Clinton, S. C. 

SALLY A. SMITH Rome, Ga. 

TED D. SMITH Greenville, S. C. 

THOMAS M. SMITH . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
WILLIAM S. SMITH .... Bluffton, S. C. 
CHARLIE K. SMOAK . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 



WILLIAM A. SMOAK . . St. Augustine, Fla. 

VINCE C. SMORAL Danville, Va. 

WILLIAM D. SNEAD,JR. . . Greensboro, N. C. 
DORIS A. SNOW .... Simpsonville, S. C. 
ROWENA G. SOBCZYK . . . Clemson, S. C. 
JOHN I. SOUTHERLAND . . Greenwood, S. C. 



SAMUEL R. SPANN, JR. 



Myrtle Bch., S. C. 



ANGELINA SPEARMAN . . Clemson, S. C. 
FRANK W. SPENCER . . . Clemson, S. C. 
THEODORE J. SPETNAGEL . Kingsport, Tenn. 
WALTER P. SPIRES .... Anderson, S. C. 
MARYANN STACKMAN . . Columbia, S. C. 




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JANET M. STAEDELI 
LESLIE O. STALLINGS 
JACK D. STANTON . . 
EMMIE E. STEADMAN . 
DONALD T. STEGALL . 
BRENDA G. STEPHENS 



Clemson, S. C. 
Macon, Ga. 
Columbia, S. C. 
. Moore, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 



RONALD K. STEPHENS . Spartanburg, S. C. 
DAVID L. STEPP . . . East Lansing, Mich. 
RICHARD M. STEPP . . . Greenville, S. C. 
CONSTANTINE Y. STEVENS Wad'law Is., S. C. 
ARDEN W. STEWART . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
DWIGHT L. STEWART . . . Florence, S. C. 



MICHAEL T. STEWART . 


. Lake City. S. C 


TESSA L. STEWART . . 


. Greenville, S. C 


LOUIS P. STITH . . S 


illivan's Island, S. C 


JAMES L. STOKES . . 


. Johnston, S. C 


BRICE M. STONE . . . 


McCormick, S. C 


CHARLES H. STONE 


Downtngtown, Pa 


LOUIS E. STOREN . . . 


. Charleston, S. C 


MELINDA N. STOUT . . 


. High Point, N. C 


FRANK R. STREET . . 


Greenwood, S. C 


WILLIAM L. STRONG, JR. 


. Charleston, S. C 


JACK A. STROUD, JR. . 


Spartanburg, S. C 


WILLIAM R. STUART . 


Clemson, S. C 



MARIAN DALE STYRON . Greenwood, S. 
JAMES E. SULLIVAN . . . Lake City, S. 

TOMMY S. SUIT Anderson, S. 

DENNIS R. SULLIVAN . . . Walhalla, S. 
DANNY R. SUTHERLAND . Greenwood, S. 
RICHARD H. SUTHERLAND . Abbeville, S. 



COLE B. SUTTON Marietta, Ga 

MICHAEL P. SWEENEY . . . Nitre, W. Va 
STEPHEN J. SWEENEY . . . Nitro. W. Va 
JAMES R. SWINDELL . . . Newberry, S. C 
THOMAS W. TALBERT. JR. . Columbia, S. C 
JOHN B. TAMSBERG . . . Charleston, S. C 



GEORGE D. TAWES .... Crisfield, Md. 
CHARLES D. TAYLOR . . . Salisbury, N. C. 
ROBERT S. TEMPLETON . . Suitland, Md. 
MARK H. TENNANT . . .North Augusta, S. C. 
BRUCE D. TERRY .... Jacksonville, Fla. 
MICHAEL R. THACKSTON . Greenville, S. C. 



DALE L. THEILING . . 
GOODWIN G. THOMAS . 
JAMES H. THOMAS. JR. . 
WILLIAM R. THOMAS . 
JAMES M. THOMPSON, JR. 
JAMESINE E. THOMPSON 



Charleston, S. C. 

Rock Hill, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

. Carlisle, S. C, 

Sumter, S. C. 

Hartsville, S. C. 



JESSE U. THOMPSON . 
MARION C. THOMPSON 
WILLIAM W. THOMPSON 
WILLIAM R. THOMSON 
ROBERT R. THORNTON . 
HARRY D. TIBBS . . . 



Manning, S. C. 

. . Manning, S. C. 

. . . Dover, Del. 

Honea Path, S. C. 

Glenn Springs, S. C. 

. Great Falls, S. C. 



RONALD S. TILLOTSON . Colo. Springs, Colo. 



THOS. D. TOMLINSON, JR. 
JOHN P. TORNSTROM . 
I'ETER TOUSSAINT . . 
EDWARD C. TOWNSEND 
JOHN D. TRAYNHAM . 



Lynchburg, S. C 

Neshanic, N. J 

Augusta, N. J 

Cambridge, Md. 

Ware Shoals, ! 



GEORGE J. TREPUL .... Florence, S. C. 
KATHERINE L. TREVOR . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

SALLY G. TRIPP Greenville, S. C. 

ROBERT R. TROUP Atlanta, Ga. 

JAiMES W. TUCKER, JR. . . . Easley, S. C. 
JOHN W. TUCKER. JR. . . Charleston, S. C. 



GEORGE C. TURNER .... Johnston, S. C. 
JOHN P. TURNER .... Columbia, S. C. 

DANNY L. TURPIN Easley, S. C. 

LINDA C. TUTTLE Clerason, S. C. 

CAROLE N. TYSON .... Pendleton, S. C. 
RONALD R. UNDERHILL . . Alexandria, Va. 



MICHAEL S. UPTON .... Burton, S, C. 
COLIN J. URQHART . . . Livingston, N. J. 
PAUL N. L. VALERIO . . . Hamburg, N. Y. 
DONALD L. VAN DUSEN . . Kingstree, S. C. 
NORWOOS J. VAN DYKE . . . Dillon, S. C. 
WILHELMUS C. VAN LOON— 

Sabanetano-a, Aruba 



LEWIS D. VARADY . 

DANIEL L. VEHORN 

PETER R. VERDEE . 

WILLIAM E. VERROSS . . . Hinesville, Ga 

ARTHUR H. VON ROEMER . Colchester, Conn 



. Elizabeth, N. J 
. Anderson, S. C 
Neptune City, N. J 



RAY L. VROOME 



Upper Saddle River, N. J 



DOUGLAS E. WADDELL 
WILLIAM R. WALDEN 
JACK O. L. WALKER . 

JOHN WALL 

WALTER V. WALL, JR. 



Woodruff, S. C. 
. Moore, S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 
Manlius, N. J. 
Edgefield. S. C. 



MARY L. WALLIS Pickens. S. C. 



JAMES R. WALTMAN . . 


. Greenwood, S. C 


PAUL D. WALUKEWICZ . 


. . Gaffney. S. C 


LEE A. WARNER . . . 


. . Pickens, S. C 


STEPHEN D. WARNER . 


Edgewater, Md 


ANGUS H. WARREN . . 


Charleston, S. C 


CHARLES T. W.\TERS 


. N. Augusta, S. C 


FRED E. WATERS III . . 


College Park, Ga 


DAVID P. WATKINS, JR. 


. . Anderson, S. C 


JOHN D. WATKINS . . 


Campobello, S. C 


KATHY C. WATKINS . 


Ware Shoals, S. C 


MARY F. WATKINS . . 


Greenwood, S. C 


WILLIAM I. WATSON . 


. Woodleaf, N. C 


LONNIE D. WATT, JR. . 


. . Anderson, S. C 


DOUGLAS G. WATTERS 


. . Sebring, Fla 


LINDA A. WATTS . . 


Westminster, S. C 


POWELL E. WAY . . . 


. Newberry, S. C 


BOB Y. WEATHERS . . 


Laurens, S. C 



LAWRENCE E. WEAVER 



NELSON T. WEAVER . . . Greenville. S. ( 
RANDALL W. WEBB . . . Anderson, S. ( 
WILLIAM C. WEBSTER . . Greenville, S. ( 
THOMAS T. WEINBRENNER Mineral Pt., Wi 
BENJAMIN C. WELCH III . W. Columbia, S. ( 
JAMES L. WELLS .... Greenwood, S. < 



THOMAS S. WELSH . . . Bishopville. S. C. 

RALPH E. WEMPE Sumter, S. C. 

EDWARD A. WENZ Edison, N. J. 

E. MARSHALL WEST, JR. . . Marion, S. C. 
.\NDREA S. WESTERGUARD . Charleston, S. C. 
BILLY D. WESTMORELAND . . Greer, S. C. 





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GEORGE F. WHALEY . 
GEORGE J. WHAM . . . 
NORMAX W. WHAM. JR. 
JOHN E. WHARTOX . . 
GEORGE D. WHEELER . 
DAVID M. WHETSELL . 



Charleston, S. C, 

Mountville, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Laurens, S. C. 

. Saluda, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 



MARY A. WHITAKER .... Aiken, S. C. 
DANIEL R. WHITE .... Gaffney, S. C. 

DAVID V. WHITE Cheraw, S. C. 

KILLOUGH H. WHITE III . . Chester, S. C, 
RICKEY N. WHITE . . . Plum Branch, S. C. 
RONALD E. WHITMIRE . . Marietta, S. C. 



ROBERT K. WHITNEY . . . Clemson, S. C. 
CHARLES B. WHITTAKER . . Margate, N. J. 
EZRA V. WHITTEXBERG . West Union, S. C. 
JAMES L. WIELENGA . . North Haledon, N. J. 
WILLIAM D. WILBURN, JR. . Greenwood, S. C. 
WILLIAM H. WILEY II . Moncks Corner, S. C. 



JOSEPH A. WILKIE .... Clinton, S. C. 
HAROLD S. WILKINSON . . Charlotte, N. C. 
JAY S. WILLER . . . Kettering-Dayton, Ohio 

ANN L. WILLIAMS Hodges. S. C. 

DAVID F. WILLIAMS . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
GARY P. WILLIAMS . . . Rocky River, Ohio 



JAMES X. WILLIAMS. JR. 



Anderson, S. C. 



[X\RRA D. WILLIAMSON . . . Loris, S. C. 
JA.MES F. WILLIAMSON . . Columbia. S. C. 
ROBERT C. WILLIAMSON . Collingswood, N. J. 
DONALD C. WILSON . . . Greenville, S. C. 
DOUGLAS C. WILSON .... LaPlata, Md. 



PATSY A. WILSON Helton, S. C. 

PEGGY L. WILSON .... Pendleton, S. C. 

RAY L. WILSON, JR Dillon, S. C. 

THOMAS W. WILSON, JR. . Charleston, S. C. 
MICHAEL S. WINBURN . . . Patrick, S. C. 
MICHAEL B. WINGO .... Inman, S. C. 



WILLIAM R. WISE . . . 
RICKY A. WISHER . . . 
JAMES H. WITHERSPOON 
RICHARD B. WITTER . . 
JTDITH C. WOLPER . . 
STEPHEN L. WOOD . . 



JAMES M. WOODALL . 
MILDRED A. WOODHAM 
AUBURN WOODS III . 
MARY B. WORKMAN . . 
MICHAEL C. WORKMAN 
GEORGE F. WORSHAM . 



DEBORAH M. WRIGHT 
DIANE S. WRIGHT . . 
JAMES G. WRIGHT . 
WILLIAM B WRIGHT . 



. Abbeville, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 
Greenville. S. C. 
Skaneateles, N. Y. 
SummerviUe, S. C. 
Woodruff, S. C. 



Rock Hill, S. C. 

Hartsville, S. C. 

Hartsville, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Woodruff, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 



. Pendleton, S. C. 

. Pendleton, S. C. 

. Coral Gables, Fla. 

Isle of Palms, S. C. 



LARRY W. WYATT Seneca, S. 

CHARLES E. WYONT . . . Hartsville, S. 



CHARLES R. YEARGIN . . Greenville, S. 
CHARLES C. YONGUE . . . Columbia, S. 
D.XRREI.L M. YOUNG . . Timmonsville, S. 
J.X.MES C. YOUNG . . North Charleston. S. 

\'1V1AN E. YOUNG Sumter, S. 

CECIL G. YOUXGBLOOD Hardeeville, S. 



JAMES R. YOUNGBLOOD . Charlotte, N. C. 

R. D. VOUTZ, JR Lebanon, Pa. 

BOHDAN ZAGURSKI .... McLean, Va. 
GEORGE D. ZATEZALE . . . Aliquippa, Pa. 
ROBERT A. ZriDEMA . . . Davidson, N. C. 
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,.fter arriving on campus, the freshman experiences the 
frustrations, anxieties, and trials of the transition from 
the home environment to the college world. He is immedi- 
ately exposed to the hazards of the Clemson campus: 
matriculation lines, registration scrambles, and the de- 
mands of the Rat System. Before he enters a classroom, 
he loses his hair, learns to answer the shrill cry of "Rat", 
and masters the art of cafeteria cheering. This is the start, 
and only later can he truly reflect upon the uniqueness of 
this experience. 

It is here that he must set his direction, purpose, and 
goals as he matures both socially and academically. It is 
here in an atmosphere of continued progress and growth 
that he will now live, work, and play. Now is the time 
that the Clemson freshman begins his quest for recognition, 
fulfillment, and achievement. 




SUE COOPER 
Treasurer 



GLENN BRACKIN 
Vice-President 



GREG JONES 
President 



LIZ SIMMONS 
Secretary 



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JOHN R. ABEL Wayne. Pa. 






FRESHMEN 





RICHARD W. ABRAHAMS 
BRAINARD L. ACKLEY, JR. 
JAMES P. ACQUAVIVA, JR. 
JEFFREY W. ADAMO . . 
ELIZABETH R. ADAMS . . 



Great Neck, N. Y. 
Salisbury, Md. 
. Rockaway, N. J. 
. Baltimore, Md. 
. Annapolis, Md. 



IRA L. ADAMS . . . 
JOHNNY A. ADAMS 
ROBERT B. ADAMS . 
CLARENCE E. ADDIS 
JACK H. AFFLECK . 
WILLIAM G. AGNEW 



ELOISE J. ALBRECHT 
JOHN M. ALEXANDER 
JAMES C. ALFRED . . 
CHARLES D. ALLEN . 



. . Cordele, Ga. 

. Saluda, S. C. 

Kensington, Md. 

Seneca, S. C. 

Big Spring, Texas 

Lookout Mt., Tenn 



Isle of Palms, S. C. 

. . Central, S. C. 

Riverside, N. J. 

Bennettsville, S. C. 



ELDON E. ALLEN, JR Aynor, S. C. 

JOHN R. ALLEN Kingstree, S. C. 



KEVIN M. ALEXANDER . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


THOMAS W. ALLGOOD . 


. . Elberton, Ga. 


DONALD B. ALLISON, JR. 


. . Aiken, S. C. 


CALVERT C. ALPERT . . 


. . Sumter, S. C. 


STEPHEN L. ALTMAN . . 


. Lake City, S. C. 


GEORGE A. ANDERSON, JR. 


. Columbia, S. C. 


GEORGE W. ANDERSON, JR. 


, . Gastonia, N. C. 


JEAN B. ANDREWS . . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


ROBERT J. ANDREWS . . 


. . Bronx, N. Y. 


MICHAEL D. ANTON . . 


Missoula, Mont. 


SANDY L. ARLEDGE . . 


. . Cayce, S. C. 


EDWIN R. ARMACOST II . 


. Finksburg, Md. 


DOUG P. ARMISTEAD . . 


. . Decatur, Ga. 


DENNIS E. ARRINGTON . 


N. Charleston, S. C. 


KENNETH K. ASHLEY . . 


Williamston, S. C. 


VIRGINIA D. ASHLEY . . 


. . Aiken, S. C. 


MELINDA J. ASHMORE . 


. Alexandria, Va. 


REBECCA E. ATKINSON . 


. Clemson, S. C. 


ROBERT A. AUSTIN . . 


. . Fairfax, Va. 


JUDITH A. BABB . . . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


DURWOOD E. BACH . . . 


. . Bel Air, Md. 


HENRY T. BAGNAL . . . 


. . Sumter, S. C. 


RICHARD L. BAGNAL . . 


Statesville, N. C. 


JULIA M. BAILES . . . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 



JOHN D. BAILEY . . . 


Gray Court, S. C. 


BEVERLY F. BAKER . . 


Summerville, S. C. 


CLAY E. BAKER, JR. . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


MARVIN R. BAKER . . 


. . Central, S. C. 


RICHARD S. BALENTINE 


. Greenville, S. C. 


CLYDE R. BALLARD, JR. 


. . Anderson, S. C. 


ELIZABETH L. BALLARD 


. . Easley, S. C. 


GEORGE C. BALLENTINE 


. . Peapack, N. J. 


KAY E. BANKE .... 


Anoka, Minn. 


DEBORAH L. BARKER . 


. . St. Louis, Mo. 


JAMES E. BARNETTE . . 


. Pendleton, S. C. 


RONALD P. BARNETTE . 


. Barnwell, S. C. 


WM. M. BARNWELL . . 


Yonges Island, S. C, 


TIMMY D. BARR . . . 


Springfield, S. C. 


JANE E. BARTLES . . . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


JAMES H. BASS .... 


. . Camden, S. C. 


PAIL O. BATSON III . . 


. . Marion, S. C. 


PEGGY M. BATSON . . 


Greenville, S. C. 



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KA.Y J. BAUCOM . . . 


. Westminster, S. C 


WILBUR N. BAUMANN 


Cambridge, Md 


JOSEPH R. BAYERL . . 


. . Wayne, N. J 


HAROLD D. BAYNE . . 


. Greenville, S. C 


THOMAS A. BEAN . . . 


. New Orleans, La 


ROBERT J. BEASLEY . 


. Charleston, S. C 



WILLIAM C. BEATTIE . . . Rumson, N. J 
ROBERT M. BEHLING . . . Newton, N. J 
DWAYNE M. BELL . , . Honea Path, S. C 

JON W. BELL Greenville, S. C 

HAL R. BELL Charlotte, N. C 

THOMAS M. BELL Lodge, S. C 



WILLIAM G. BELL . 




Chesterfield 


S. C 


JOSEPH J. BELKNAP 




Lynbrook, 


N. Y 


WALTER P. BELOUIN 




. . Union 


S. C 


THOMAS H. BELSER 




W. Columbia 


S. C 


WILLIAM L. BENDT 




Charleston 


S. C 


EDGAR L. BENJAMIN, 


JR. 


. MountviUe 


S. C 



ANTHONY T. BENNETT . . Hanahan, 
RONALD P. BERRY .... Belvedere, 
MARY E. BESSENT .... Baltimore 
WILBERT BEVERLY . . Bennettsville, 
ANDREW D. BETHEA Cherry Grove Bch., 
CHRISTOPHER D. BINNICKER . Orgebg., 



ROBERT S. BISKER .... Salisbury, Md. 

CALVIN D. BLACK Lando, S. C. 

CHRISTOPHER A BLACK . . Riverside, Conn. 

JAMES D. BLACK Nichols, S. C. 

LARRY A. BLACK .... Greenville, S. C. 
RICHARD A. BLACK .... Chester, S. C. 



ELIZABETH A. BLACKMON 
SARAH J. BLACKMON 
JAMES D. BLACKWELL . 
J. ROGER BLAKELY, JR. . 
KAREN K. BLALOCK . . 
JOHN H. BLITCH, JR. . 



lie, Ga. 

Cooleeraee, N. C. 

Waterloo, S. C. 

. . Ora, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Bishopville, S. C. 



WADE B. BLOUNT .... Belvedere, S. C. 

NANCY E. BLUMEL Parlin, N. J. 

JAMES C. BOCHETTO .... Chester, S. C. 
FRANK M. HOGGS . . Charleston Heights, S. C. 

KERI A. HOLDING Lyman, S. C. 

JOHN W. BOLIN, JR. . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 








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JOEL B. BOLT Anderson, S. C. 

JOHN DOUGLASS BONNETTE . Clemson, S. C. 

TONEY C. BOOZER Inman, S. C. 

CHARLES L. BOPP, JR. . . . Roxboro, N. C. 
TERRY L. BORDERS . . . Anderson, S. C. 
THOMAS H. BORGHERESI . Greenville, S. C. 



MICHAEL F. BORKE . . . Charleston, S. C. 
CHARLES J. BOST . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
JOSEPH L. BOSTICK, JR. . . Pamplico, S. C. 
LINDA C. BOSWELL . . Isle of Palms, S. C. 
JEFFREY J. BOTT .... Cherry Hill, N. J. 
FRANK M. BOUKNIGHT . . Columbia, S. C. 



DAVID E. BOWEN . . 
ELIZABETH M. BOWEN 
GREGORY M. BOWIE . 
JOSEPH W. BOWMAN . 
MICHAEL O. BOYD . . 
R. L. BRACEY . . . 



. . . Iva, S. C. 
Enoree, S. C. 

. Liberty, S. C. 

Chesterfield, Mo. 
Georgetown, S. C. 




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GLORIA J. BRACKEN . , 
W. GLENN BRACKIN . 
WILLIAM C. BRADLEY . 
HERBERT BRANHAM, JR. 
ARNOLD A. BRANNEN . 
ARTHUR E. BRANTLEY 



HARGLYN F. BRATCHER 
DOUGLAS W, BRAUN . 
JAMES S. BRAWLEY . . 
CHARLES M. BRAZIE . . 
\VM. N. BREEDLOVE. JR. 
RONALD L. BRIDWELL . 



Piedmont, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Great Falls, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 



. . Belton, S. C. 
Leesburg, Fla. 
. Salisbury, N. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 



ville, S. C. 



RANDALL A. BRTGGS . . . Ft, Myers, Fla. 
JOSEPH B. BRIGHT .... Ashevillc, N. C. 
FORREST B. BRITT .... Nichols, S. C. 
LARRY A. BROACH .... Andrews, S. C. 
WILLIAM T, BROADWATER . Woodsboro, Md. 
ROBERT S. BROCK . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 



WAYNE K. BROCKMAN 
DONNA M. BROOKS . 
HENRY C. BROOKS 
JEFFREY E. BROOKS . 
WILLIAM W. BROOKS 
JOHN V. BROOKSHIRE 



ROBERT W. BROOME 
BARBARA A. BROWN 
BRUCE O. BROWN . 
CARL M. BROWN . . 
CLARA E. BROWN . 
DONALD E. BROWN 



Greenville, S. C. 

Loris, S. C. 

Conway, S. C. 

Wilmington, Del. 

Rock Hill, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 



Charleston, S. 

Anderson, S. 

Shoals, S. 

Georgetown, S. 

Anderson, S. 



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GREGORY R. BROWN . . . Gasport, N. Y. 
ROBERT W. BROWN . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

RODGER BROWN Jamaica, N. Y. 

ROLAND E. BROWN . . West Columbia, S. C. 
S. DIANNE BROWN .... Hartwell, Ga. 
JOANNE R. BROWNLEY . . Baltimore, Md. 



ROBERT G. BRUNDAGE . . Mahwah, N. J. 
JAMES A. BRUORTON III . . Conway, S. C. 

JIM P. BRYAN Allendale, S. C. 

DAVID G. BRYANT . . . New Boston, N. H. 
MICHAEL E. BUCHANAN . Charleston, S. C. 
MARTHA K. BUCKNER .... Union, S. C. 



DONALD H. BUHRMASTER . Camden, S. C. 

ORVIS B. BUIE Lancaster, S. C. 

RICHARD E. BULLOCK . Cream Ridge, N. J. 
SAM L. BULTMAN .... St. George, S>€. 
COLLINS A. BURBAGE . . Summerville, S. C. 
PALMER R. BURCHSTEAD . . Reidville, S. C. 



ALLEN H. BURNS . . . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


DUNCAN K. BURNS . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


STEVEN 0. BURNS . . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


JOHN B. BURROUGHS, JR. 


. . Kinston, N. C. 


RAYMOND M. BURTON . 


. . Richmond, Va. 


GEORGE A. BUTLER . . 


. . Aynor, S. C. 


HERMAN L. BUTLER . . 


Calhoun Falls, S. C. 


MICHAEL E. BUTLER . . 


. . Fairfax, Va. 


RK HARD J. BUTLER . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


WILLIAM R. BUTLER . 


Lynchburg, S. C. 


JAMES M. BUTTS, JR. . . 


. . Seneca, S. C. 


TROY R BUZHARDT . . 


Batesburg, S. C. 



WILLIAM S. BYNUM II . 
LANNY A. BYRD . . . 
RONALD E. BYRD . . . 
LINDA M. CAFARELLI . 
WILLIAM R. CAINES . 
CHARLES W. CALDWELL 



JAMES M. CALDWELL . 
VICTORIA G. CALDWELL 
JACQUELYN M. CALE . . 
ROBERT J. CALL, JR. . 
JAMES M. CALLEN'DER . 
SL'SAN E. CALLISON . . 



'ilk, S. C. 



JranchviUe, S. ( 

Lancaster, S. ( 

Ossining, N. ^ 

Loris, S. ( 

Roanoke, Al 



Blackstock, S. C. 
. Pauline, S. C. 
Taylors, S. C. 
High Point, N. C. 
. Norfolk, Va. 
Greenwood, S. C. 



BRENDA M. CALLOWAY . . Ft. Davis, C. Z. 
RANDOLPH S. CALVO . . . Anderson, S. C. 
LEWIS C. CAMERON . . . Ninety Six, S. C. 

DANIEL S. CAMP Columbia, S. C. 

ANNE CAMPBELL Pelzer, S. C. 

EDWIN M. CAMPBELL, JR. . . Hanover, Va. 



GEORGE T. CAMPBELL . 
HAROLD B. CAMPBELL . 
SANDRA G. CAMPBELL , 
CHARLES D. CANN . . 
FRANK W. CANNON . . 
SHERWOOD M. CANNON 



WILLIAM B. CARDWELL 
BONNIE L. CARLTON . 
ROBERT C. CARLTON, JR. . 
PETE D. CARNES . . . 
MICHAEL F. CARPENTER 
JOHN C. CARRINGTON . 



Ch, 



Liberty, S. C. 
arleston, S. C. 
. Easley, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 
. North, S. C. 
Newberry, S. C. 



. Anderson, S. C. 

. Mullins, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

, . . Atlanta, Ga. 

Charleston, S. C. 

.C. 



MARY L. CARROLL . 
JOHN N. CARSON . 
LARRY D. CARTEE . 
DANNY M. CARTER 
JAMES M. CARTER . 
MARION E. CARTER 



. . Abbeville, S. C. 
McGuire AFB, N. J. 
. . Easley, S. C. 
. Walterboro, S. C. 
Danbury, Conn. 
, . . Elliot. S. C. 



TED E. CARTER Clemson, S. C. 

BRADLEY D. CARY .... Leesville, S. C. 
XEALL W. CASE .... Falls Church, Va. 

PHILIP R. CASE Duncan, S. C. 

PAT J. CASEY Clemson, S. C. 

NORMAN M. CASON .... Abbeville, S. C. 



BRENDA K. CASH . . . 


. . Pickens, S. C. 


VERN CASSADAY . . . 


. Greenwood, S. C. 


FRANCIS N. CASSADY . . 


. . Bassett, Va. 


MICHAEL L. CATTO . . 


. . Pauline, S. C. 


NIXON E. CAWOOD . . . 


. . Augusta, Ga. 


DAVID N. CHALMERS . . 


. Oxen Hill, Md. 


CRAIG L. CHAMBERLIN . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


STEPHEN CHANDO . . . 


. Bethlehem, Pa. 


ESTHER F. CHAPMAN . 


Greenville, S. C. 


GEORGE T. CHAPMAN . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


JERRY O. CHAPMAN . . 


. . Easley, S. C. 


RUFUS B. CHAPMAN. JR. 


. Charleston, S. C. 


JOHN D. CHAPPELL . . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


ARTHUR A. CHARLAND . 


Spencer, Mass. 


WILLIAM I. CHASON . . 


. . Sharon, S. C. 


MARGARET A. CHASTAIN 


. . Liberty. S. C. 


WILLIAM H. CHASTAIN . 


. Mauldin, S. C. 


SUSAN E. CHEEK . . . 


. Greenv.lle, S. C. 




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VICTOR L. CHEEK .... Anderson, S. C. 
JOY M. CHILDS .... Travelers Rest, S. C. 

CELIA C. CHRISTY Atlanta, Ga. 

CHRISTOPHER C. CIPPERLY Washington, D. C. 
MARK B. CITRON .... Falls Church, Va. 
JAMES H. CI,ARK .... Greenville, S. C. 



JAMES S. CLARK Alexandria, Va. 

JOHN L. CLARK Lancaster, S. C. 

ROBERT S. CLARK .... East Point, Ga. 

SHELDON B. CLARK . . . Asheville, N. C. 

GARDEN S. CLARKSON . . Columbia, S. C. 

WILLIAM G. CLARKSON . . Rock Hill, S. C. 



WM. P. CLELAND, JR. . . 


. Charlotte, N. C. 


DOUGLAS F. CLEMENTS . 


. . Lamar, S. C. 






JERI H. CLINKSCALES . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


ROBERT A. CLONINGER . 


Gastonia, N. C. 


WILLIAM M. CLYBURN . 


. . Camden, S. C. 


JOHN M. COAKLEY . . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 




Easley, S. C. 


GARY W. COCKFIELD . 


. Abbeville, S. C. 


ROBERT T. COFFER . . 


Augusta, Ga. 


RICHARD A. COFFEY . 


. . Hatboro, Pa. 


DONALD M. COGGINS . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


SAM R. COKER .... 


. Greenville, S. C. 


CARL A. COLE .... 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


STANLEY P. COLE . . . 


. . Langley, S. C. 


JAMES K. COLEMAN . . 


. . Inman, S. C. 


ROBERT C. COLEMAN . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


WILLIAM H. COLEMAN 


. Townville, S. C. 



WILLIAM R. COLEMAN . . Clearwater, S. C. 
SANFORD C. COLLEY .... Tavares, Fla. 
MICHAEL F. COLLINS . . . Anderson, S. C. 
PATRICIA E. COLN .... Greenville, S. C. 

CECIL W. COMER Union, S. C. 

THOMAS R. CONKLIN . . . Stamford, Conn. 

SUSAN K. CONLEY Atlanta, Ga. 

GARY L. COOK Aiken, S. C. 

JAMES C. COOK Clemson, S. C. 

JOE E. COOK Rock Hill, S. C. 

ROBERT G. COOKE Easley, S. C. 

SHARON L. COOL Louisville, Ky. 



CHARLES R. COOPER 
FRANCIS D. COOPER , 
JERRY L. COOPER . 
NOAH B. COOPER, JR. 
RONALD E. COOPER 
SUSAN E. COOPER . 



Marion, S. C. 

Harrington Park, N. J. 

. . Rock Hill, S, C. 

. . . Mullins, S.'C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Simpsonville, S. C. 



DAVID C. COPE . . . 
HEATH C. COPELAND 
GEORGE W. COPELAND 
WM. E. COPELAND, JR. 
PETER G. COPLESTON 
ROBERT E. CORLEY . 



CHARLES E. CORRY . 
JUDITH M. CORN . . . 
DANIEL J. COSBEY . . 
SUSAN COTHRAN . . 
LESLIE E. COTNER . . 
EDWARD J. COTTRELL 



. Eau Gallic, Fla. 

Clinton, S. C. 

Clinton, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 



Baltimore, Md. 
. Mauldin, S. C. 
Falls Church, Va. 
Anderson, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 



LARRY B. COURTNEY . . Lake City, S. C. 

AUGUSTUS W. COX Loris, S. C. 

JAMES W. COX Abbeville, S. C. 

JERRY W. COX Marion, S. C, 

JOHN D. COX Belton, S. C. 

MARY K. COX Weaverville, S. C. 

ROBERT A. COX Pamplico, S. C. 

WILLARD B. COX Easley, S. C. 

LINDA L. CRAIG Columbia, S. C. 

MARY E. CRAIG Camden, S. C. 

ROBERT W. CRAIN . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ROGER D, CRANFORD . . . Chester, S. C. 



CLAUDIUS H. CRAWFORD . St. Stephen, S. C. 
MICHAEL D. CRAWFORD . . Anderson, S. C. 
FULTON B. CREECH III . . . Sumter, S. C. 
JAMES E. CREECH .... Charleston, S. C. 

JOHN W. CREEL Conway, S. C. 

WILLIAM R. CREEL .... Florence, S. C. 

RICHARD \'. CRENSHAW . Pendleton, S. C. 

DON M. CRIBB Sumter, S. C. 

NEIL S. CRISP Montville, S. C. 

BARBARA L. CROMER . . . Columbia. S. C. 
DURWARD C. CROMER . . Blackville, S. C. 
TONY C. CROMER Chapin, S. C. 



GLENN F. CUEMAN . . . Honea Path, S. C. 
ALICE L. CULBERTSON . Honea Path, S. C. 
CHARLES M. CULBERTSON Ware Shoals, S. C. 
FRANCIS B. CULLER . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

JAMES W. GULP Inman, S. C. 

MATTHEW CUMMINGS . . . Canton, Mass. 



RICHARD C. CLINNINGHAM 
JOHN M. CURRIE . . . . 
JOHN C. CUTRELL . . 
WILLIAM E. CUTTS . 
ERNEST D. CURRY . . 
CHARLES L. CUZZELL 



Baltii 



e, Md. 



Arlington, Va. 

N. Charleston, S. C. 

Conway, S. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 



THOMAS W. DAILY .... Warren, Ohio 
HUBERT J. DANDRIDGE . Cottageville, S. C. 
COLEMAN W. DANGERFIELD, JR.— 

Moncks Corner, S. C. 

RALPH W. DANIEL Lavon.a, Ga. 

DAVID F. DANSBY . . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
LYNN Z. DANTZLER .... Santee, S. C. 



GRAHAM W. DARDEN . . Greensboro, N. C. 
LINDA L. DASHER .... Greenwood, S. C. 

GLENN E. DAVIS Rock Hill, S. C. 

GUY W. DAVIS Greenville, S. C. 

HENRY C. DAVIS Laurens, S. C. 

JAMES W. DAVIS .... Batesburg, S. C. 

JOSEPH E. DAVIS, JR. . . . Sumter, S. C. 

JULIUS E. DAVIS Dalzell, S. C. 

LINDA M. DAVIS Seneca, S. C. 

NELLIE L. DAVIS . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
PATRICK T. DAVIS .... Edgewater, Md. 
PEMBROKE W. DAVIS, JR. . . Augusta, Ga. 



THOMAS W. DAVIS, JR. . 


Columbia, S. C. 


LEROY S. DAVIDSON . . 


. . Chester, S. C. 


CHARLES B DAVISON . 


Asheville, N. C. 


BENJAMIN L. DAWKINS 


. Greenville, S. C. 


EDWARD C. DAWSEY . . 


. . Aynor, S. C. 


BRUCE W. DEBREE . . . 


Clinton, Conn. 





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PAMELA J. DEFANTI .... Camden, S. C. 
REBECCA H. DEFOOR . . . Clemson, S. C. 

PHILIP G. DEGEN Sumter, S. C. 

NICHOLAS P. DEGIPOLAMO . Westbury, N. Y. 
JERRY G. DELAUGHTER . . Edgefield, S. C. 
PERRY B. DELOACH . . . Walterboro, S. C. 



JAMES E. DELOUCHE .... Easley, S. C. 

FRANK R. DELUCA Atlanta, Ga. 

ALLAN R. DEMAREST . West Babylon, N. Y. 
JOHN M. DEMOSTHENES . . Sumter, S. C. 
JONES R. DEMPSEY, JR. . . Barnwell, S. C. 
TONY P. DEMPSEY .... Barnwell, S. C. 



HETTY J. DENNIS . . . Parris Island, S. C. 
JOHN G. DENTON . . North Augusta, S. C. 
KENNETH W. DETWILER Columbia, S. C. 

JOHN P. DEVEAUX . . Sullivans Island, S. C. 
LAWRENCE W. DICKERSON . Belvedere, S. C. 
DONALD K. DILWORTH . . . Easley, S. C. 



PAUL E. DIXON Parkridge, N. J, 



Prospect Park, N. J 



RONALD W. DJUREN 
ALLEN E. DOCKERY .... Seneca, 
CATHY L. DODDS . . . Mt. Pleasant, 
EMILY D. DONALDSON . Mt. Pleasant, 
WILLIAM F. DONALDSON . Annapolis, 



CHRISTOPHER D. DONATO Isle of Palms, S. C. 



Johns Island, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
■ille, S. C. 



ALLEN W. DONNALLY . 
PHILIP D. DONNON . 
HRIANNA P. DORN . . 
JAMES W. DORN . . , 
WILLIAM DORRIETY, JR. 



THOMAS G. DOSS . . . Wapakoncta, Ohio 
SANDRA A. DOSSEY .... Sumter, S. C. 
MILLARD W. DOWD . . . Burlington, N. C. 

PAUL L. DOWDY Anderson, S. C. 

EUGENE A. DOWNS . . North Augusta, S. C. 
WILLIAM K. DOZIER . . . Conway, S. C. 



ARTHUR H. DRIGGERS III . . Atlanta, C 
THOMAS O. DRIGGERS . . Abbeville, S. 

AL D. DROEGE Charlotte, N. 

BARBARA K. DUCKER . . Pendleton, S. 
GEORGE M. DUCWORTH . . Anderson, S. 
LYMAN A. DUCWORTH . Williamston, S. 



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JAMES D. DUKES .... Orangeburg, S. C. 
JOHN P. DUNBAR .... Rock Hill, S. C. 
EVELYN D. DUNCAN . . Westminster, S. C. 

GARY T. DUNCAN Pickens, S. C. 

KENNETH A. DUNCAN . . Charlotte, N. C. 



LAWRENCE S. DUNCAN 



Easley, S. C. 



ROBERT E. DUNCAN . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

WAYNE D. DLINCAN . . . Greenville, S. C. 
MICHAEL L. DUNLAP . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

CATHY V. DUNN North, S. C. 

KEVIN J. DUNN . . . W. Hempstead, N. Y. 
WILLIAM A. DUNN .... Donalds, S. C. 



CHARLES H. DUPRE 



Spartanburg, S. C. 



MANFRED DWORSCHAK . Charleston, S. C. 

DANIEL H. DYE Anderson, S. C. 

EDWARD B. EARLE, JR. . . . McBee, S. C. 
DOUGLAS B. EASON . . New Caanan, Conn. 
SIDNEY L. EASON .... Charleston, S. C. 



DONALD EATMON EUoree, S. C. 

RONALD W. ECK .... Kenilworth, N. J. 

HENRY C. EDENS Dalzell, S. C. 

DONNIE J. EDGAR Seneca, S. C. 

HOWARD B. EDGAR . . . Plainview, N. J. 
JAMES D. EDGAR Seneca, S. C. 



BYRON M. EDWARDS . . . Columbia, S. C. 
GARY L. EDWARDS . . . Charlottesville, Va. 
JAMES K. EDWARDS . Galivants Ferry, S. C. 
LAURA G. EDWARDS . . . Otis AFB, Mass. 
MARVIN S. EDWARDS, JR. . . Lyman. S. C. 
MICHAEL C. EDWARDS . . . Cheraw, S. C. 



THOMAS B. EDWARDS 
WILLIAM G. EDWARDS 
WILLIAM N. EDWARDS 
WILMA J. EDWARDS . 
BEVERLY EGGER . . . 
KATHERINE C. EGGERS 



. Ninety Six, S. C. 
Newport News, Va. 
. . MuUins, S. C. 
. Wellford, S. C. 
rristobal. Canal Zone 
. Edgefield, S. C. 



GEORGE D. EHNAT . Hilton Head Island, S. C. 
LLOYD L. ELDER .... Silver Spring, Md. 
CLARK E. ELLEFSON . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CRAIG D. ELLEFSON . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

ROGER J. ELLIOT Decatur, Ga. 

JAMES J. ELLIS Cincinnati, Ohio 



KENNETH J. ELLIS . 


Lancaster, S. C 


LEFOY D. ELLIS . . . 


. Richmond Hill, Ga 


PHILIP A. ELLIS . . 


. Simpsonville, S. C 


WM. M. N. ELLIS, JR. . 


. San Francisco, Calif 


CURTIS H. ELLISON . 


. . Greenville, S. C 


DANIEL R. ELLISON . 


. Williamston, S. C 



FREDERICK S. ELLISON . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

LARRY E. ELMORE Greer, S. C. 

WILLIAM H. ELROD . . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
GREGORY S. ENZOR . . . Huntington, N. Y. 

KITTY E. EPPES Greenville, S. C. 

RICHARD E. EPPES . . . Greenville, S. C. 



ELWOOD A. ERWIN . . 


. . Beaufort, S. C 


JOHN EVANiTSKY, JR. . 


. Preston Park, Pa 


JAMES E. EVANS . . 


Newberry, S. C 


MICHAEL E. EVANS . 


TimmonsviUe, S. C 


WILLIAM E. EVANS . . 


. . Sumter, S. C 


JOHNNY S. EVERETTE 


Piedmont, S. C 



DAVID S. EWAN Columbia, S. C. 

RICHARD W. EYLER . . Westminster, S. C. 
JOHN K. FAIREY, JR. . . . Denmark, S. C. 

ROBERT FAIRIE Columbia, S. C. 

ROBERT J. FAIREY . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
WILLIAM B. FANT .... Anderson, S. C. 



ROBERT F. FASINSKI . . Greenbrook, N. J. 
MICHAEL S. FEDDER .... Easley, S. C. 
MARC M. FEINBERG . . . Philadelphia, Pa. 
WILLIAM F. FERGUSON . . . Clover, S. C. 

JOSEPH E. FEWELL York, S. C. 

LEWIS M. FICKEN . . North Augusta, S. C. 

GARY P. FIELDS .... Bernardsvillc, N. J. 
RICHARD B. FILLYAW . , Columbia, S. C. 
GRON'ER M. FINCHER, JR. . . Cheraw, S. C. 

D.WID H. FINISON Cheraw. S. C. 

JANICE F. FINLEY .... Anderson, S. C. 
W. GARY FINLEY Easley, S. C. 






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MARY J. FINNEY , . . 
KONALD F. FISHER . . 
WILLIAM J. FISHER, JR. . 
FRANK A. FISHOR . . 
CHARLES N. FLANNAGAN 
ERNEST B. FLEENOR . . 



PHILLIP H. FLEETWOOD 
MEREDITH A. FLEMING . 
TOMMY J. FLEMING . . 
WILLIAM H. FLEMING . 
DONALD H. FLETCHER . 
KENNETH R. FLINT . . 



. Liberty, S. C. 

. . Decatur, Ga. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Darien. Conn, 

Fair Haven, N, J, 

, Greenville, S, C, 



Greenville, S, C, 
. Buffalo, S, C, 
Greenville, S, C. 

Abbeville, S, C. 
Ridgeland, S, C, 

Charlotte, N, C, 



CAROLE R, FLITTER , , , Columbia, S, C. 
AUGUSTUS M, FLEETWOOD Mcks, Cor,, S, C, 
LEE M. FLOWERS, JR, . , Hartsville, S. C, 

JOHN W, FLOYD Conway, S, C, 

,MARION R. FLOYD Conway, S. C. 

BETTY C. FOLK Newberry. S, C, 

ROBERT W. FOLKMAN , , , Medford, N, J. 

JOHN S, FOOTE Charleston, S. C, 

ROBERT E. FORBES , , , , Dayton, Ohio 

LARRY B, FORD Pickens, S. C. 

ROBERT M. FORD, JR Dillon, S, C, 

DONALD BRUCE FORE , Myrtle Beach, S, C, 



GWIN H. FORRESTER 


, . Pendleton, S, C. 


PETER J. FORWOOD , 


, . Greenville, S, C, 


CHARLES D. FOSTER , 


, . Asheville, N. C. 


DANIEL D. FOSTER , 


, . Charleston, S, C, 


RICHARD H. FOSTER , 


, , Port Royal, Va, 


WILLARD R. FOSTER , 


, . , Ladson, S. C, 


DOUG R, FOUSHEE , 


. , . Clinton, N. C, 


JOHNNY J. FOWLER , 


, Crescent Beach, S, C. 


RONNIE W, FOWLER . 


, Williamston, S, C, 


JAMES R. FOX , . , 


, . , Clemson, S, C. 



CECIL E. FOXWORTH, JR, . Andrews, S, C, 
PATTERSON W. FOY, JR, , Springfield, S, C, 



THOMAS N, FRANCE . . Rockingham, N, C, 
WILLIAM J. FREDERICK . St. James, N. Y. 
WILLI.V.M J. FREE . . . , Greenwood, S. C. 
OTIS D. FREEMAN , , , . Andrews, S, C. 

ROBERT P. FRICK Chapin, S. C, 

MARTHA E, FROEMMING , Springfield, Va. 



CHARLES R. FRONEBERGER , Gastonia, N, C. 
BENJA.MIN H. FRYE . . Galivanfs Ferry, S, C, 
FRED T. FUGIEL , . Wadmalaw Island, S,'C^ 
CHARLES P. FUTCH , , . , St. Pete. Fla, 
GEORGE W. GAGE III . , , Fort Mill, S, C, 
STANLEY D, GAILEY Iva, S, C, 



STEPHEN E, GALES . 
DAVID R. GALLOWAY 
DAN H. GAMBRELL . 
DARRELL H. CAREER 
ROBERT D. GARLES . 
ASHLEY C. GARDNER 



CARL R. GARDNER . 
HARRY D. GARDNER . 
TD.M.MV P. G.ARNER . 
FRAXK M. GARRETT . 
TH().M.\S A. GARRETT , 
WILLIAM .M. GARRETT 



ottsburg, Va, 
isonville, Fla, 
rleston, S. C. 



Lake View, S. C, 

■innaminson, N, J, 

Batesburg, S, C. 



Alexandria, Va, 



DAVID L. GARRISON . 
FRANK W. GARRISON . 
JAMES W. GARRISON 
BOBBIE LYNNE GARY 
RICHARD N. GASIONS 
DONALD S. GEDDINGS 



JOHN W. GEESLIN . . 
PAUL T. GEISEL . , . . 
CURTIS CECIL GENTRY . 
SUZANNE GEORGE . . . 
ALEXANDRA GEORGEO 
MICHAEL G. GERONIMOS 



. Rock Hill, S. C. 

Simpsonville, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Gulf Breeze, Fla. 

Chesapeake, Va. 

. . Ladson, S. C. 



Falls Church, Va. 
Bennettsville, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. . Elkton. Md. 
Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
. Levittown, N. Y. 



RICHARD E. GERWIG . 
LAURENCE W. GHENT 
ROBERT M. GIAMO . . 
PHILLIP G. GIBSON . 



BRUCE H. 
WILLIAM 



GILBERTSON 
P. GILCHRIST 



. . Greenvillf, S. C. 

. . Rock Hill, S. C. 

Washingtonville, N. Y. 

Gaffney, S. C. 

Plainfield, N. Y. 

Rock Hill, S. C. 



EDWIN F. GILLINGHAM . . Clemson, S. C. 
SUSAN J. GILREATH . . . Greenville, S. C, 
DAVID G. GILSTRAP .... Brevard, N. C. 
ROBERT L. GILSTRAP . . Greenville, S. C. 
DANIEL M. GIRARD . . . Masontown, Pa. 
ROBERT W. GIST, JR Union, S. C. 

ROSS E. GIUNTA .... Fair Lawn, N. J. 
CHARLES C. GLASGOW . . . Conway. S. C. 

CHARLES J. GLENN Union, S. C. 

EDITH ANNE GLENN . . . Anderson, S. C. 

JAMES N. GLENN Newark, Del. 

RONALD E. GLENN .... Ravenel, S. C. 

WADLEY R. GLENN Atlanta, Ga. 

JOHN A. GLINN Richmond, Va. 

TOMMIE LEE GORDON, JR. Westminster, S. C. 
WILLIAM E. GORDON . . Charleston, S. C. 
DONALD M. GORE .... Hartsville, S. C. 
MICHAEL R. GOUGH . West Winfield, N. Y. 



ALLISON E. GRAHAM .... Barnet, Vt. 

ALTSTIN R. GRAHAM Loris, S. C. 

CHARLES A. GRAHAM, JR. . Spartanburg. S. C. 
MICHAEL M. GRAHAM .... Aynor, S. C. 
RICHARD L. GRAHAM . . La Canada, Calif. 
ANDREW C. GRAMLING III . Orangeburg, S. C. 




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HASKELL E. GRANT .... Pickens, S. C. 

JIMMY D. GRANT Seneca, S. C. 

JOSEPH R. GRANT .... Easley, S. C. 
KENNETH D. GRANT .... Pickens, S. C. 

TERRY G. GRANT Walhalla. S. C. 

THOMAS W. GREY .... Greenville, S. C. 



WALTER T. GRANT .... Chester, S. C. 
HERBERT G. GRANTHAM . N. Charleston, S. C. 
GEORGE A. GRAY .... Anderson, S. C. 

GEORGE M. GRAY Martinee, Ga. 

HENRY WILLIS GRAY . . Greenville, S. C. 
JAMES A. GRAY Bethesda, Md. 

DAVID C. GREEN Yemassee, S. C. 

DAVID L. GREEN .... Lynchburg, S. C. 
JERRY B. GREEN .... Graniteville, S. C. 

JOHN W. GREEN Beaufort, S. C. 

CARLTON W. GREENE .... Greer, S. C. 
EDWARD N. GREENE .... Pickens, S. C. 





GARY J. GREER Taylors, S.C. 

JAMES R. GREER .... Spartanburg, S. C. 
DANNY E. GREGG .... Columbia, S. C. 
EDWARD H. GREGORY . . . Chester, S. C. 
ALAN D. GRIFFIN . . Miraflores, Lima, Peru 
RAIJI T. GRIFFIN Clemson, S. C. 



RANDALL P. GRIFFIN . 


. . Six Mile, S. C. 


JOHN D. GRIFFITH . . 


. . Barnwell, S. C. 


H. RANDALL GRIGGS . 


. . HartsviUe, S. C. 


lAMES M. GRIGGS . . 


. . HartsviUe, S. C. 


STEVEN A. GROOVER . 


. . East Point, Ga. 


(.REGORY H. GROSZ . . 


. Short Hills, N. J. 


RICHARD B. GROSVENOR 


. Moorestown, N. J. 


EDWARD C. GRUNDY . 


Columbia, S. C. 


EBEN D. GODBOLD . . 


. . Florence, S. C. 


MOULTRIE R. GODFREY, 


JR. Charleston, S. C. 


JAMES R. GOLLER . . . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


DAVID H. GOLLY . . . 


. Jacksonville, Fla. 


JACK K. GOODEN . . . 


North Augusta, S. C. 


RICHARD W. GOODING . 


. Ridgewood, N. J. 


JAMES T. GORDON . . 


Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 


JAMES H, GULLY . . 


. . . Sterling, Va. 


BARBARA G. GUNTER . 


. Spartanburg, S. C. 


JOHN M. HAAS . . . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


I.ARRY E. HADDEN . . 


. . . Belton, S. C. 


ARTHUR L. HADDOCK . 


. . . Atlanta, Ga. 


ALECIA A. HADDON . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C. 


ALICE M. HADDON . . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C. 


GEORGE B. HAGOOD . 


. . Winnsboro, S. C. 


HERBERT H. HAIGLER 


Cameron, S. C. 



DAVID F. HALL, JR. . . . Pennsville, N. J. 

DAVID N. HALL Mt. Alia, N. C. 

HARRIET A. HALL .... Anderson, S. C. 

JAMES E. HALL Columbia, S. C. 

WILLIAM A. HALL . . . Englishtown, N. J. 
WILLIAM P. HALL . . . Shaw AFB, S. C. 



DOLLY M. HALLUMS .... Seneca, S. C. 
JAMES M. HAMER .... Kingsport, Tenn. 
NORMAN B. HAMILTON . Newport News, Va. 
JACQUELINE C. HAMMOND . Clemson, S. C. 
WILLIAM H. HAMMOND Greenwood, S. C. 

JAMES R. HANAHAN .... Atlanta, Ga. 



FRESHMEN 




ELIZABETH C. HANCOCK 
WALTER A. HANCOCK 
ROBERT L. HANKS . . . 
JOHN F. HANZEL . . . 



. Olney, Md. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Anderson, S. £. 
}reensboro, N. CT 



GENE E. HARDEE Loris, S. C. 

DONALD S. HARDIN . . . Cleveland, S. C. 



THOMAS H HARGROVE 
JEREL D. HARMON . . 
LEON C. HARMON . . 
ANDREW C. HARPER 
IIEH.VARD C. HARPER . 
LAWRENCE O. HARPER 



Walterboro, S. C. 

. Prosperity, S. C. 

Lexington, S. C. 

Orangeburg. S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

. Charlotte, N. C. 



FRANCES M. HARRELL . . . Aiken, S. C. 

JOE S. HARRELL Columbia, S. C. 

RAYMOND D. HARRELL . ■ Clemson, S. C. 
MICHAEL P. HARRIS . . . Greenville, S. C. 
CHARLES W. HARRISON . . Roebuck, S. C. 
GEORGE M. HARRISON, JR. . Darlington, S. C, 



STEVEN J. HARROWER . 


. Asheville, N. C, 


RICHARD M. HART . . 


. . Mauldin. S. C. 


ROBERT D. HARTMAN . 


. . Rutledge, Pa. 


M. LENOIR HARTZLER . 


. . Camden, S. C. 


SHERRY L. HARTZOG . 


N. Charleston, S. C. 


ALTON L. HARVEY . . 


Deerfield Beach, Fla. 


ALFORD HASELDEN . . 


. Georgetown, S. C. 


ROBERT H. HASSELBACK 


. Grand Blanc, Mich. 


WILLIAM H. HASSKAMA 


. Bennettsville, S. C. 


CHARLES D. HATCHELL 


. Little River, S. C. 


ETHEL J. HAWKINS . . 


. . Central, S. C. 


SANDRA L. HAWKINS . 


. . Anderson, S. C. 



WILLIAM HAYDEN . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

J. T. HAYES Dillon, S. C. 

LINDA E. HAYES Taylors, S. C. 

MICHAEL A. HAYES . . . Fair Bluff. N. C. 
JAMIE L. HAYWOOD . . . Charleston, S. C. 
ERNEST F. HEAD Central, S. C. 



CHERRVL C. HEATH . 
WILLIAM M. HEATH . 
MALCOLM E. HEATON 
CHARLES C. HECK . . 
DANNY E. HEFFNER . 
LARRY D. HEFNER . . 



MICHAEL T. HEFFRON 
SUSAN D. HEGGOOD . 
JONATHAN M. HEHN . 
AUGUST E. HEINS . . 
RICHARD J. HELMS . , 
ERICK R. HELSING . . 



n, S. C. 

, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

. Oak Park, III. 

Great Falls, S. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 



John's Island, S. C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

. . . Eustic, Fla. 

Columbia, S. C. 



CHRIS W. HENDERSON . New Canaan. Conn. 
RONALD T HENDERSON . . Sumter, S. C. 
WILLIAM S. HENDERSON . . Bremen. Ga. 
GEORGE B. HENDRICKS . . Bethune, S. C. 
PHIL L. HENDRICKS .... Greer, S. C. 
STEPHEN E. HENDRICKS . Columbia, S. C. 



STEPHEN B. HENRIKSON 
CHARLES M. HENDRIX . 
JAMES D HENDRIX . . 
RICHARD E. HENKEL . 
FORREST A. HEXRIKSEN 
DALE R. HENRY . 



. Charleston, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
Waynesboro, Va. 
. . Palmyra, Pa. 
Maggie Valley, N. C. 







FRESHMEN 



DICKEY S. HENRY Conway, S. C. 



JOHN L HENSEL, JR. 
CARL E. HENSON . . 
DAN M. HERLONG . 
JOHN D. HESTER . 
MILTON S. HESTER 



CHRISTOPHER D. HEYN 
DARRYL R. HICKMAN . 
DANNY D. HICKS . . . 
DONALD C. HICKS . . 
NANCY L. HICKS . . . 
EUGENE F. HIGGINS . . 



Columbia. S. C. 

Seneca S. C. 

Johnston. S. C. 

Summerville, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 



. Columbia. S. C. 
Aiken, S. C. 
Great Falls, S. C. 
Clcmson. S. C. 
. . Aiken. S. C. 
Amityville, N. Y. 



WILLIAM G. HILDEBRAND . Camden. S. C. 
CHRISTOPHER C. HILL . . Roebuck, S. C. 

J. A. HILL, JR Aberdeen, Md. 

RONALD G. HIMMEL . . . Greenville, S. C. 
RODGER F. HINTON .... Pickens, S. C. 
CURTIS L. HOBBS .... Lynchburg, S. C. 






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MARY L. HOCKENBERRY , Slippery Rock, Pa. 
JERRY \V HODGE .... Greenville. S. C. 

JOEL M. HOEFER Columbia, S. C. 

SARA A. HOFFMAN . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
(TRTIS S. HOGAN, JR. . . Columbia, S. C. 
DAVID VV. HOGAN . . . Thornwood, N. Y. 



CLAl'DE D. HOLCOMBE 
SUSAN G. HOLCOMBE . 
SANDRA A. HOLDEN . 
WILLIAM L. HOLDEN, ; 
LAURIE A. HOLLEMAN . 
DAVID M. HOLLIDAY . 



Greenville, S. C. 
Columbia. S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 
mraervillc, S. C. 
Pamplico, S. C. 



DAVID A. HOLLOWAY . . . Florence, S. C. 
CHRISTOPHER M. HOLMES . Columbia, S. C. 
DAVID M. HOLMES .... Gaffney, S. C. 
\-ELDA C. HOLMES .... Clemson, S. C. 

PAUL M. HOLZSHU Pitcairn, Pa. 

BILLY B. HOMAN .... Jacksonville, Fla. 



PATRICIA L. HOOD . 
WILLIAM D. HOOD . 
GEORGE L. HOOPER . 
JOHN G. HOPKINS, JR. 
HENRY L. HOPPER . 
DONALD J. HORRES . 



JOHN J. HORRES . . 
DEBBY A. HOWARD . 
.N'ORMAN A. HOWARD 
I'ALVIN T. HOWLE . 
H. SUSAN HUBBARD 
STUART J. HUBBARD 



. . Rock Hill, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

. . . Easley, S. C. 

North Augusta, S. C. 

. Charleston, S. C. 



John's Island, S. C. 

Seneca S. C. 

. . Taylors, S. C. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Zanesville, Ohio 



ANNA R. HUDGENS . . . Mountville, S. C. 
THOMAS E. HUDGINS .... Fairfax, Va. 
CHARLES W. HUGGINS . . Bishopville, S. C. 
EDWARD M. HUGHES . . . Greenville, S. C. 

JERRY W. HUGHES Aiken, S. C. 

RANDY P. HUGHES Neeses, S. C. 



KENNETH R HULL .... Pickens, S. C. 
.MORGAN R. Hl'MPHREYS, JR. . Cheraw, S. C. 
THOMAS C. HUMPHRIES . Spartanburg, S. C. 
.MUHAEI. D. HUNNICUTT . Pendleton, S. C. 
iR\I\G W. HUNT III . , . Columbia, S. C. 
ROBERT T. HUNT, JR. . . Spartanburg, S. C. 



GEORGIA E. HUNTER . . . Newberry, S. C. 

JANE G. HUNTER Clemson, S. C. 

ALVLN J. HURT Easley, S .C. 

GEORGE L. HLTSTLER . . Walterboro, S. fc>- 
LOWNIE R. HYATT .... Pauline, S. C. 
PAMELA J. HYATT Wayne, Pa. 



ALEXSANDRA C. HYDER . . Anderson, S. C. 
STEPHEN P. INGLIS .... Marietta, Ga. 
JOHN W. IRVING . . Berkeley Heights, N. J. 

JOEL K. ISENBERG Atlanta, Ga. 

WILLIAM A. IVESTER . . Greenville, S. C. 
DANNY C. IVEY .... Spartanburg, S. C. 



DONALD F. JACKSON, JR. 
EVELYN C. JACKSON . 
LELAND A. JACKSON . . 
PHILIP W. JACKSON . , 
GRADY H. JAMES . . . 
HAROLD S. JAMES . . . 



, . Greer, S. C. 

Camden, S. C. 

Batesburg, S. C. 

. Camden, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 



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JOSEPH D. JAMES . 
SYLVIA A. JAMES . . 
ELLIS M. JAMISON . 
THOMAS A. JAMISON 
JOHN H. JAY . . . . 
GAIL D. JEFFCOAT . 



Aiken, S. C. 

Georgetown, S. C. 

. . Easley, S. C. 

Folly Beach, S. C. 

Douglasville, Ga. 

Columbia, S. C. 



BRUCE W. JENKINS Dalton, Pa. 

EUGENE E. JENNINGS . . . Chester, S. C. 
WAYNE D. JENNINGS . . . Stratford, Conn. 
DEXTER G. JETER . . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 

DON E. JOHNSON Clinton, S. C. 

JAMES B. JOHNSON .... Kinards, S. C. 



MARY K. JOHNSON . . 
MICHAEL L. JOHNSON 
MILLEDGE A. JOHNSON 
PHILLIP W. JOHNSON . 
ROBERT M. JOHNSON . 
ROGER D. JOHNSON 



Laurens, S. C. 

Aiken, S. C. 

N. Augusta, S. C. 

. . . Bristol, Va. 

. . . York, S. C. 

Galivants Ferry, S. C. 



STANLEY T. JOHNSON . . Belvedere, S. C. 
STEPHEN D. JOHNSON . Pompano Beach, Fla. 
THOMAS A. JOHNSON . . Alexandria, Va. 
WALTER J. JOHNSON, JR. . Columbia, S. C. 
.MELVIN C. JOHNSTON . . . Denmark, S. C. 
BARRY N. JONES Conway, S. C. 



CASEY B. JONES .... Great Falls, S. C. 
DAVID H. JONES . . North Charleston, S. C. 
DAVID L. JONES . . . North Augusta, S. C. 

GEORGE T. JONES Loris, S. C. 

GREGORY' A. JONES . . . Anderson, S. C. 
JANIE P. JONES Columbia, S. C. 

JOE F. JONES Fairfax, S. C. 

JOE K. JONES Greenville. S. C. 

JOHN B. JONES Charleston, S. C. 

KENNETH M. JONES . . MacD.ll AFB, Fla. 
LENNAY K. JONES .... Anderson, S. C. 
STEPHEN A. JONES . . . Kingsport, Tenn. 



THOMAS R. JONES . . 


. Birmingham, Ala 


KENNETH F. JORDAN . 


. . Anderson. S. C 


LEWIS A. JORDAN . . 


. Myrtle Beach, S. C 


WILLIAM L. JORDAN . 


. . Pendleton, S. C 


JOHN W. JOSEY . . 


. Jacksonville, Fla 


PHILIP H. JUMPER . . 


. . Swansea, S. C 









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MARTHA L. KAHLER . 


. . Kershaw, S. C. 




IAN B. KAMEN .... 


. . Baldwin, N. Y. 


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FRANCIS E. KANIA . . 


Piedmont, S. C. 




WILLIAM B. KARPIK . 


. Anderson, S. C. 




DAVID E. KASKIN . . 


. Hampton, S. C. 




HAROLD B. KAY, JR. . . 


Greenville, S. C. 




MARGARET E. KEE . . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 




THOMAS D. KEELS . . . 






BRADFORD L. KEENEY 


. Anderson, S. C. 


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NICHOLAS J. KELAIDIS 


Athens, Greece 


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WARREN V. KELLAHAN 


. Kingstree, S. C. 


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WILLIAM F. KELLAM . 


. Anderson, S. C. 




FRED KELLETT . . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 




JAMES P. KELLETT IV . 


Fountain Inn, S. C. 


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CHARLES A. KELLEY . 


. . Wheaton, III. 


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WILLIE J. KELLEY . . 


. . Olanta. S. C. 


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GARY L. KELLY .... 


Clemson, S. C. 


JAMES P. KELSEY . . . 


. . Pickens, S. C. 





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ANN E. KESTER Columbia, S. C. 

KATHRYN E KEYS .... Walhalla, S. C. 
JOHN M. KIMBALL . North Charleston, S. C. 
WILLIAM D. KIMBRELL . . Sumter, S. C. 
HUBERT I. KINARD . . . Prosperity, S. C. 



LLOYD G. KING, JR. . . . Manning, S. C. 

M. E. KING Easley, S. C. 

RACHEL D. KING .... Society Hill, S. C. 
MARGARET N. KIRKLAND . Bamberg, S. C. 
TED M. KLEMETTI . . . North Miami, Fla. 
STEPHEN W. KLINE .... Atlanta, Ga. 



JAMES A. KNIGHT . . . 
MARY J. KNIGHT . . . 
STEPHEN M. KNIGHT, JR. 
TORA K. KNIGHT . . . 
ROBERT R, KNOWLES 
KATHRYN W. KNOY . . 



Gray Court, S. C. 

Honea Path, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 



Charleston, S. C. 
Bamberg, S. C. 



LEO J. KOBS Canton, Mass. 

DAVID A. KOCZAN Edison, N. J. 

JAMES D. KOHL Greenville, S. C. 

JIMMY D. KOON .... Ware Shoals, S. C. 

DAVID M. KOSS Herts, England 

JUDITH A. KOSSLER . . Charleston, S. C. 

JUDSON A. KRAFT . . Miami Springs, Fla. 

DEAN H. KRESS Camden, S. C. 

DAVID L. KRICKHAN . . . Asheville, N. C. 
EDWARD R. KROMKA . . . Clifton, N. J. 
DAVID G. LADEWIG .... Doraville, Ga. 
BRUCE T. LAGE . . . Daytonia Beach, Fla. 



NANCY L. LAKE . . . 
KEITH A. LALOR . . . 
ROBERT M. LAMB . . 
KENNETH S. LAND . . 
RICHARD V. LANDRUM 
CHARLIE S. LANEY . 



JOHN W. LANEY . . . 
MARIAN E. LANGFORD 
DOl'GLAS B. LANGLEY 
EDWARD B. LANGLEY 
DAVID J. LANK . . . 
MARGARET E. LATHEM 



Greenwood, S. C. 

. . Clemson, S. C. 

. . Aiken, S. C. 

Conway, S. C. 

N. Charleston, S. C. 

Cheraw, S. C. 



Bennettsville, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

. Salisbury, Md. 

. Hartsville, S. C. 



FRESHMEN 




WILLIAM J. LAWBACH 
FRANCES L. LAUREY . 
DON E. LAWHON . . 
KENNETH L. LAWHON 
FRANCIS A. LAWTON . 



AUentown, Pa. 

Charleston, S. C. 

TimmonsviUe, S. C. 

Hartsville, S. t. 

Gastonia, N. C. 



ROBERT P. LAWTON York, S. C. 



CLARENCE W. LAY .... Seneca, S. C. 
STEPHEN M. LAZAR . . . Greenville, S. C. 
WILLIAM G. LEAIRD . . . Jefferson, S. C. 
MARSHALL A. LEAMAN, JR. Greenwood, S. C. 

FRANK C. LEE Troy, N. C. 

JAMES A. LEE Pendleton, S. C. 

LARRY E. LEE Woodruff, S. C. 

STAN R. LEE Piedmont, S. C. 

THOMAS D. LEE Conway, S. C. 

PHILIP J. LEGNETTI . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 
THEODORE J. LEININGER . . Newark. Del. 
ROBERT B. LEITH .... Roseland, N. J. 



JOHN C. LEMACKS . . . Walterboro. S. C. 
JOHN A. LESSLIE .... Rock Hill, S. C. 
LAWREN'CE W. LESEMANN . Charleston, S. C. 

Jl'LIE A. LESTER Decatur, Ga. 

JOHN E. LEWIS, JR. . . . Columbia. S. C. 
JOHN G. LEWIS Greenville, S. C. 



MARTIN B. LEWIS .... Kingstree, S. C. 
ROBERT D. LEWIS . . . Great Falls, S. C. 
STEPHEN J. LEWTER . . Stone Mountain, Ga. 

EDGAR D. LIDE Hartsville, S. C. 

ARTHUR B. LINDLER . . . Clemson, S. C. 
JOHN C. LINDSAY, JR. . Bennettsvillc, S. C. 



DONALD R. LINDSEY . 
TORRE J. LIPPI . . . 
JAMES D. LISKEY . . 
DAVID G. LITTLEJOHN 
CHARLES W. LOCKABY 
JOYCE P. LOFTON . . 



Bay Minette, Ala. 
West Pittston, Pa. 
Harrisonburg, Va. 
Spartanburg, S. C, 
. . Liberty, S. C. 



Cle 



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JERRY L. LOLLIS . . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 

THOMAS W. LONG Saluda, S. C. 

DONNIE L. LOONEY .... Elberton, Ga. 
JAMES M. LONGSHORE . . Newberry, S. C. 
SAMUEL D. LOVE. JR. . . . Gastonia, N. C. 
DONALD C. LOVETTE . . Fair Bluff, N. C. 



Columbia, S. C. 

. Union, S. C. 

Pendleton, S. C. 

Hartsville, S. C. 

Swansea, S. C. 



BARBARA LUCIUS . . 

JOSEPH LUKOWSKI, JR. 

ROBERT P. LUSK . . 

CHARLES M. LUTHER . 

BENJAMIN R. LYBRAND 

CURTIS W. LYBRAND, JR. . Chas. Hgts., S. C. 



JL'LIANNE LYNES Easley. S. C. 

LOUIS B. LYNN Darlington, S. C. 

ROGER S. LYNN Pageland, S. C. 

HELEN D. McALHANY . North Charleston, S. C. 
ARTHUR G. McALISTER, JR. . Liberty, S. C. 
RAYMOND P. McBURNETT, JR. Batesb'g, S. C. 



JOHN D. McCABE Kingstree, S. C. 



KEITH S. McCABE . . 
WILLIAM M. McCABE . 
JAMES R. McCAMMON 
BETSY C. McCARTER . 
W. R. McCLEAVE . . 



Kingstree, S. C. 
. Kingstree, S. C. 

Rock Hill, S. C. 
Fountain Inn, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 



WILLIAM M. McCLELIAN . . N. Chas.. S. C. 
ROBERT G. McCLESKEY . . Greenville, S. C. 
HAROLD W. McCLINTOCK, JR. . Ora, S. C. 
KIRK M. McCLOSKEY . . Washington, D. C. 
ANTHONY E. McCLURE . . Asheville, N. C. 
MICHAEL H. McCLURE . . . Sumter, S. C. 



ROGER L. McCOLLUM . . 
JOHN M. McCONNELL . . 
KEITH I. McCONNELL . 
KATHRYN A. McCORMICK 
JAMES E. McCOY . . . 
BRENDA C. McCRARY . 



. Easley, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Clinton, S. C. 



WILLIAM R. McCRARY . . . Florence, S. C. 
PATRICIA A. McCUEN . . . Taylors, S. C. 
HOWARD L. McCULLOUGH . Clemson, S. C. 
ROBERT L. McCULLOUGH . Greenville, S. C. 
DIANA L. McDANIEL .... Gaffney, S. C. 
REGINALD G. McDANIEL, JR. . MuUii 





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Blacksburg, S. C. 


JOHN L. McDonald . . 


. Columbia, S. C, 


NANCY V. McDONELL . 


. . Lccsburg, Fla. 


LARRY M. McELRATH . 


. . . Greer, S. C. 


PETER M. McINNES . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


LARRY F. McLNTYRE . . 


. . Marion. S. C. 



CHARLES J. McKENZIE . . Greenwood, S. C. 
LESLIE E. McKENZIE, JR. . . Dillon, S. C. 
MARTHA N. McKENZIE . . Lake City, S. C. 
PAUL A. McKIE . . . North Augusta, S. C. 
JAMES L. McLESKEY . . . Anderson, S. C. 
DAVID K. McMAHAN . . . Sevickville, Tenn. 



WADE A. McMANUS, JR. . 
LAWRENCE C. McMILLAN 

RICHARD F. McMillan, jr. 

CATHERINE L. McNEIGHT 

BARRY D. McNeill . . . 
CALVIN R. McNeill . . . 



Richburg, S. C. 

Denmark, S. C. 
. Bamberg, S. C. 

. Aiken, S. C. 

Conway, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 



MICHAEL e. McNeill . 

JANICE L MABRY . . 
WILLIAM E. MABRY . 
JAMES E. MacDONALD 
ROBERT J. MacDONALD 
LYMAN G. MacNUTT . 



Ware Shoals, S. C. 

. . Maitland, Fla. 

. . Carlisle, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Lyndhurst, N. J. 

. Ashland, Mass. 



PERRY T. MACOMSON, JR. . . Shelby, N. C. 
SUSAN MACOMSONS . . . Columbia, S. C. 
WILLIAM C. MAKSYMOWICZ . Johnston, R. I. 
BOBBY D. MALPHRUS . . Ridgeland, S. C. 
PHILLIP W. MALPHRUS . Ridgeland, S. C. 
CAROL L. MANER Garnett, S. C. 



LAURENCE E. MANSFIELD III . Darien, Conn. 
NANCY A. MARCENGILL . WiUiamston, S. C. 
GUY H. MARINELLO . . Jewett City, Conn. 
STEPHEN H. MARION . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
FREDERICK F. MARSHALL . Trumbull, Conn. 
CARLON L. MARTIN .... Aynor, S. C. 



DOUGLAS C. MARTIN .... Marietta, Ga. 
GEORGE S. MARTIN . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
JAMES W. MARTIN . . . Winnsboro, S. C. 
RONALD LEWIS MARTIN . Westminster, S. C. 
ROBERT G. MARTURANO . . Camden, S. C. 
WANDA G. MASON .... Anderson, S. C. 



DONALD MUSCCI Neptune, N. J. 

BETTY J. MATTHEWS . . . Scranton, S. C. 
BARRY G. MATTOX .... Columbia, S. C. 
LARRY A. MAULDIN . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
BOBBY G. MEADOWS . . . Shawmut, Ala. 
KENNETH A. MEANS .... Clemson, S. C. 

ALAN G. MEDFORD Marietta, Ga. 

JERRY A. MEEHAN .... Pendleton, S. C. 
THO.MAS E. MEEK .... Knoxville, Tenn. 
DWIGHT J. MEHAFFY . . . Central, S. C. 
CH.ARLES J. deMELKER Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. 
CHAS. W. MELLARD, JR. . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 



JOSEPH D. MELNIK . 
ERROL G. MERCER . 
BRENDA D. MEREDITH 
MITCHELL MERRITT . 
THOMAS A. MESSICK 
GORDON S. METSKY . 



Stratford, Conn. 
Georgetown, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
Conway, S. C. 
N. Augusta, S. C. 
. Summit, N. J. 



562 



THEODORE M. MEYER 
ALLEN R. MEYERRIECKS 
EDWARD MICHAELS II 
ROBERT W. MICHIE . . 
JOHN P. MICKANIS . . 
SARA J. MIKOLAJCZYK . 



. Greenwood, S. C. 
Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

. . Buffalo, N. J. 

. Kewgington, Md. 

H; 



Md. 
Myrtle Beach, S. C. 



PETER E. MIKSIS . 
GEORGE K. MILAM . 
RONALD W. MILAM 
DEAN ALLAN MILES 
DAVID B. MILEY . 
EARL L. MILLER . . 



North Plainsfield, N. J. 

Sandy Springs, S. C 

. . Statesville, N. C. 

. Colonial Heights, Va. 

. Charleston, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 



GREER MILLER Columbia, S. C. 

MICHAEL A. MILLER .... Union, S. C. 
PAUL W. MIMS, JR. . . . Columbia, S. C. 
DAVID H. MITCHELL, JR. . Hickory Gr., S. C. 

DAVID J. MITCHELL Folsom, Pa. 

JOHNNY O. MITCHELL . . Greenville, S. C. 



NANCY J. MOBLEY . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


ROBERT S. MOBLEY . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C. 


CLARENCE MODE III . 


. . . York, S. C. 


JESSE W. MOFFETT . 


. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 


ANTHONY G. MOORE . 


Moncks Corner, S. C. 


C. HAROLD MOORE, JR 


Chesterfield S. C. 


CHARLES G. MOORE ■ 


. . . Moore, S. C. 


CHARLES L. MOORE . 


. . Pensacola, Fla. 


HENRY S. MOORE . . 


. Georgetown. S. C. 


JIMMY L. MOORE . . 


. . Charleston, S. C. 


PATRICK J. MOORE . 


. . Laurens, S. C. 


ROBERT A. MOORE . ■ 


Mountain Lakes, N. J. 


RONNIE W. MOORE ■ 


Calhoun, Ga. 


STEVE T. MOORE . . 


. . Greenville, S. C 


THOMAS MOORE . . 


Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 


THOMAS J. MOORE . 


. . . Grayson, Ga 


WARREN W. MOORE . 


. . Barnwell, S. C 


BRIAN V. MORAN . . 


.... Rye, N. Y. 


JAMES F. MORAN . . 


. Larchmont, N. Y 


MYRAN A. MORGAN . 


Fairforest, S. C 


ALVIN V. MORRIS . . 


. . . Atlanta, Ga 


CLAUDE L. MORRIS . 


Burlington, N. C 


DENNIS C. MORRIS . 


. . N. Augusta, S. C 


ROBERT T. MORRIS II 


. . Baltimore, Md 



SCOTT W. MORRIS . . . 


Spartanburg 


S. C. 


TEDDY MORRIS, JR. . . 


Greenwood 


S. C. 


THOMAS 0. MORRIS, JR. . 


. . Andrews 


S. C. 


RICHARD N. MOSS . . . 


. Charleston 


S. c. 


RANDOLPH M. MOWER . 


. . Sumter 


s. c. 


GEORGE W. MOZINGO III 


. . Columbia 


s. c. 


FRANCIS J. MULHERIN . 


Williamstown 


N.J. 


HOWARD P. MULLEN . . 


. Anderson 


s. C. 


JOHN D. MULLEN . . . 


Greenville 


s. C. 


GARY L. MULLINS . . . 


. Williston 


s. C. 


GLORIA E. MUNGO . . . 


. Rock Hill 


S. C. 


EDWARD C. MURDOCK . 


. Woodstown 


N.J. 


STANLEY F. MUNNERLYN 


. Greenwood 


S. C. 


JOHN A. MUNNS .... 


Ware Shoals 


s. c. 


JAMES P. MURPHY . . 


. . McColl 


s. c. 


KEVIN L. MURRAY . . 


. . Berlir 


. Md. 


FRANKIE R. MYERS . . 


. . Seneca 


S. C. 


GREGORY B. MYERS . . 


Lakeland, Fla. 




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JOHN D. MYERS .... 
ALLEN T. NELSON . . . 
CHARLES A. NELSON . . 
CHARLES D. NELSON . . 
WILLIAM C. NEWALL JR. 



Bennettsville, S. C. 
Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
. Somerset. N. J. 
Anderson, S. C. 
Simpsonville, S. C. 
Clemson, S. C. 



cksburg, S. C. 
abersham, Ga. 



MICHAEL E. NEWTON . 
JAMES A. NICHOLS . . 
ANDREW M. NORRIS . . . Cheraw, S. C. 

MYRA A. NORRIS Camden, S. C. 

SAMMIE J. NORRIS . . . Timmonsville, S. C. 
MARK M. NOWAKOWSKI . . Baltimore, Md. 



ERIC B. NYGAARD .... Decatur, Ga. 
MARSHA R. OATES . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

ROY R. OATES Blackstock, S. C. 

JAMES C. O'DELL, JR. . . . Union, S. C. 
RICHARD B. ODOM . . Virginia Beach, Va. 
ROBERT M. OHANESIAN . Huntington, N. Y. 



RICHARD T. ORNE . 
GUY L. OSBORNE . 
FRANCIS M. OTT JR. 
SHERRIL A. OWEN 
DENNIS \V. OWENS . 
LEROY F. OWENS . 



East Orange, N. J. 

. . Union, S. C. 

. Columbia, S. C. 

. . Central, S. C. 

. . Duncan, S. C. 

Silver Spring, Md, 



TONY J. OWENS Easley, S. C. 

REBECCA E. OWENS .... Easley, S. C. 
JOHN J. OXFORD .... Woodmere, N. Y. 

SHERRY OXNER Elberton, Ga. 

BERNARD R. OZBOLT . . . Walterboro, S. C. 
SHELTON J. PACE .... Gresham, S. C. 

STEVE P. PACE Greenville, S. C. 

JOHN E. PACK Columbus, N. C. 

FRED M. PADGETT .... Walterboro, S. C. 

COLE L. PAGE Williston, S. C. 

HERBERT DAN PAGE . . Greenville, S. C. 
JOHN D. PAGE III ... . Hampton, S. C. 



KERRY C. PAINTER . 
ROBERT L. PAINE II 
JOHNNY W. PALMER 
PETER W. PAPPAS . 
DAVID D. PARKER . 
DANIEL F. PARKER . 



. . Simpsonville S. C. 

Atlantic H'lands, N. J. 

. . . Central, S. C. 

. . Rock Hill, S. C. 

Camden, S. C. 

. . . Abbeville, S. C. 



ROBERT M. PARKER . . 
JOEL D. PARNELL . . 
LaBONNEY R. L. PARNELL 
JAMES H. PARSONS III . 
WILLIAM T. PARSONS . 
DENNIS P. PATRICK 



S. Belraar, N. J. 
Anderson, S. C. 
Charleston, SvC. 
Newberry, S. C. 
. Hartsville, S. C. 
Pacolet Mills, S. C. 



JAMES R. PATRICK . . Mystic Islands, N. J. 
LESTER R. PATRICK . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
JOHN E. PATTERSON .... Charlotte, N. C. 
ROBERT G. PATTERSON . . . Clinton S. C. 
WILLIAM S. PATTERSON . . Fort Mill. S. C. 
BEN M. PAULLING .... Camden, S. C. 



GAR\- M. PAYNE Kershaw, S. C. 

HENRY K. PAYNE .... Summerville, S. C. 

DAVID L. PEACE Anderson, S. C. 

CHARLES R. PEARRE . . N. Charleston, S. C. 
WIIJ.IAM J. PEARSON, JR. . Camp Hill, Pa. 
SUSAN M. PEEKE Sumter, S. C. 



GEORGIA A. PENDER .... Arlington, Va. 
SAMUEL D. PENDERGRASS . Greenwood, S. C. 

NEIL G. PENDRY Allentown, Pa. 

TOMMY G. PERKINS .... Clemson, S. C. 
ROBERT E. PERRY .... Brunswick, Ga. 
CHARLES R. PESAVENTO . Greenville, S. C. 



DONALD C. PETERSON . 
EUGENE C. PETERSON 
THOMAS E. PETERSON 
RAYMOND H. PETTIT . 
THOMAS B. PETTIT . . 
CLARENCE E. PHILLIPS 


. . Rumson, N. J. 

. . Woodbridge, Va. 

. . Tallahassee, Fla. 

. Spartanburg, S. C. 

. . . Cayce, S. C. 

Lynchburg, S. C. 


GEORGE D. PHILLIPS . 
ROBERT G. PHILLIPS . 
ROBERT H. PHILLIPS . 
STEVE F. PHILLIPS . 
JOHN A. PICKINSON . 
HARRY E. PIERCE . . 


. . . Sumter, S. C. 

. . Walhalla, S. C. 

. . Columbia, S. C. 
. . . Atlanta, Ga. 
. . . Mullins, S. C. 
. . Kingstree, S. C. 


RAYMOND S. PILGRIM 
BRUCE N. PINTO . . . 
JAMES E- PITTMAN . 
WESLEY M. PITTS . . 
MICHAEL E. PLATT . 
CLINT E. POLLARD . . 


. . . Marietta, Ga. 
Chester Spring, Pa. 
. . Greenville, S. C. 
. Columbia, S. C. 
. . Rock Hill, S. C. 
. . Greenville, S. C. 




. . . Easlev, S. C. 


JAMES L. POPE . . . 
JON P. POPOWSKI . . 
JAMES D. PORTER . . 
JOSEPH H PORTER 


North Reading, Mass. 

Arlington, Va. 

. . Rock Hill, S. C. 

. . . Loris, S. C. 


LARRY E. PORTER . . 


. . LaFrance, S. C. 


CARL F POSPISIL 


Union, S. C 


GEELA B. POTEAT . . 
MITCHELL R. POWERS 
CLINTON J. POWELL . 
JAMES R. POWELL . . 
JULIAN L. POWELL . . 


Columbia, S. C 
. . Columbia, S. C 
. . Charleston, S. C, 

. . Walhalla, S. C. 

. . Fort Mill, S. C 


WILLIAM S. POWER . 
JAMES W. PREACHER . 
EDWIN S. PRESNELL . 
FRANK J PRICE . . . 


. . . Clinton, S. C. 

. . . Ruffin, S. C. 

. . Asheboro, N. C. 
. . . Roselle, N. J. 


BROOKS R. PRINCE . 
JOHN W. PROHASKA . 


. . Greenville, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 




FRESHMEN 



TIM W. PULLIN Atlanta, Ga. 

LARRY E. PURSLEY . . . Abbeville, S. C. 
CAROL D. PUTMAN . . . Spartanburg S. C. 

JAMES R PUTMAN Easley, S. C. 

MARTIN W. QUATTLEBAUM . Batesburg, S. C. 
KAREN L. QUICK Timonium, Md. 

KENNETH E. RABON . . . Columbia, S. C. 
THOMAS H. RADCLIFFE . N. Charleston, S. C. 

MIR S. RAHIM Lahore, Pakistan 

DOUGLAS M. RAINES . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ANGELA W. RAINEY .... Starr, S. C. 
FRANK E. RALSTON . . . Batesburg, S. C. 



RITA J. RAMPEY .... Greenville, S. C. 

TED N, RAMSEY Greenville, S. C. 

THOMAS H. RAMSEY .... Clover, S. C. 
RICHARD D. RANDOLPH . . . Stanley, N. C. 
PAUL M. RAUP .... Hendersonville, N. C. 
JOHN G. RAY Alexandria, Va. 




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HOWARD C. RAYFIELD . . Chesterfield, S. C. 
CHARLES E. RAYMOND, JR. . Manning, S. C. 

PAUL E. REAVIS Florence, S. C. 

MICHAEL B. RECTOR .... Greer, S. C. 
DANIEL W. REEVES . . . Portland, Maine 
SAMUEL F. REID, JR. . , Fort Motte, S. C. 



RICHARD W. REITH . . 


Long Island, N.Y. 


AARON \V. RENTZ . . 


. . Columbia, S. C. 


WALTER G. RESCORLA . 


. . Glenside, Pa. 


JACK B. REYNOLDS, JR. 


. . Columbia, S. C. 


JOSEPH W. REYNOLDS . 


. . Hanahan, S. C. 


MARK A. REYNOLDS . 


. . AsheviUe, N, C. 



PEGGY A. REYNOLDS .... Cannon, Ga. 
SAMUEL F. RHODES . . Mayesville, S. C. 

JAMES C. RICE Greenville, S, C. 

JAMES D. RICE, JR Asheville, N. C. 

MICHAEL S. RICE Easley, S. C. 

SHARON L. RICE .... Greenville, S. C. 



ANDREW L. RICHARDSON 
CAROL A. RICHARDSON . 
GARY F. RICHARDSON . 
JOSEPH R. RICHARDSON 
WILLIAM C. RICHARDSON 
HENRY L.. RICHBOURG . 



TERRY M. RICHEY . . 
RONALD L. RIDGEWAY 
EARL K. RIGLER . . 
TILDEN F. RILEY . . 
JAMES L. RIMER III . 
JOSEPH A. RINEHART 



. Johnsonville, S. C. 

. . Belton, S. C. 

N. Charleston, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. Spartanburg, S. C. 

. . Dillon, S. C. 



Anderson, S. C. 

St. Matthews, S. C. 

Landenberg, Pa. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Batesburg, S. C. 



VICTORIA RISSETTO . . Prospect Park, Pa. 
MICHAEL D. RIVENBARK . . . Joliet, 111. 
BRUCE D. ROBERTS .... Taylors, S. C. 
JANICE R. ROBERTS . . . Greenville, S. C. 
JOHN R. ROBERTS .... Charleston, S. C. 
JOHN T. ROBERTS . . . Blacksburg, S. C. 



WILLIAM A. ROBERTS 
JON H. ROBINETT , . 
NANCY E. ROBINSON . 
RONALD L. ROBINSON 
RONALD S. ROBINSON 
THOMAS M. ROBINSON 



. Martir 
West Col 



lie, N. J. 

3ia, S. C. 

Seneca S. C. 

Aiken, S. C. 

Asheville, N. C. 

. Clover, S. C. 



JOHN D. ROESER . • • 


. Wallingford, Pa. 


WILLIAM D. ROFFIELD 


. . Newberry, S. C. 


DONALD C. ROGERS . . 


N. Charleston, S.-4;. 


FRIEDA J. ROGERS . . 


. . Pickens, S. C. 


JACKIE T. ROGERS . . 


. . WoodruflF, S. C. 


VIRGINIA A. ROGERS . 


. . . Clinton, S. C. 


NATHAN L. ROHDE . 


. Kissimmee, Fla. 


STEVEN E. ROLLINS . 


. . Greenville, S. C. 


BRUCE J. ROSE . . . . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


JEFFREY D ROSS . . . 


. . Fort Lee, N. J. 


JAMES R. ROUSE . . . 


Fountain Inn, S. C. 


PHILLIP J. ROWELL . 


. . Columbia, S. C. 


DAVID H. ROWLAND . 


. . . Central, S. C. 


FAVE L. HUFF . . . 


. . Columbia, S. C. 


KATHLEEN S. RULE . . 


. . Sheldon, S. C. 


WILLIAM L. RUMFELT . 


. Blacksburg, S. C. 


CHARLES A. RUMPEL . 


. . Charleston, S. C. 


DONALD E. RUSSELL . 


. . Baltimore, Md. 



JAMES B. RUSSELL . . 


. Short Hill, N.J. 


ROBERT B. RUSSELL . . 


. Charleston. S. C. 


STEPHEN A. RUSSELL . 


W. Hartford, Conn. 


WILLIAM B. RUSSELL . 


. . Bethesda, Md. 


JAMES M. RUTHERFORD 


. . Anderson, S. C. 


MARION F. SADLER . 


Leesville, S. C. 


PATRICIA A. SAGGUS . 


. Edgefield, S. C. 


GERARD P. SAMMON . 


. Columbia, S. C 


STEVEN A. SANDBERG . 


. Jamestown, N. Y. 


ERIC B. SANDERS . . 


. N. Augusta. S. C 


JOHN L. SANDERS, JR. . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C 


REBBECCA L. SANDERS 


. . Clinton, S. C 



ROBERT R. SANDS . . New Providence, \. J. 
ROBERT S. SARGENT .... Liberty, S. C. 
PHIL E. SATTERFIELD . . Greenwood, S. C. 

A. E. SAUNDERS Orangeburg, S. C. 

JEAN M. SAVERANCE .... Lamar, S. C. 
MARK G. SAVITSKY .... Clemson, S. C. 



ROBERT B. SCARBOROUGH 



Conway, S. C 



RICHARD E. SCATES, JR. . . Gaflfney. S. C 
JOHN P. SCHAEDEL .... Baltimore, Md, 
CHARLES F. SCHEIO . . Belle Mead, N. J. 
F. J. SCHILLING ... Old Westburg, N. 
WILLIAM SCHLUPP . . . Cinnaminson, N. J, 



ROBERT C. SCHMIDT . . 
CHARLES T. SCHMINCKE 
JOSH F. SCHNEIDER . . 
MAX M. SCHREIBER . . 
EDWARD G. SCHROFF . 
HARRY S. SCHULZE . . 



Old Tappan, N. J 
Pennsauken, N. J, 
. Statesville, N. C 
Camden, S. C, 
. Milltown, N. J, 
. Harrisburg, Pa 



HOWARD L. SCHULZ . . . Vineland, N. J. 
OTTO H. SCHUMACHER, JR. . Walhalla, S. C. 
WAYNE H. SCHUMM . . Riviera Beach, Fla. 
CARL T. SCOTT .... Spartanburg, S. C. 
CHARLES D. SCOTT . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
DANIEL B. SCOTT .... Meggett, S. C. 



HAZEL E. SCOTT . . 
KERRY D. SCOTT . . . 
WILLIAM T. SCOTT . 
WILLIAM B. SCRUGGS . 
THOMAS F. SCURRY . 
GEORGE W. SEABROOK 



Elberton, Ga. 

Charleston. S. C. 

. Dillon, S. C. 

. Chesnee, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 



EDGAR A. SEARS Olar, S. C. 

JOHN M. SEARS Anderson, S. C. 

DAVID B. SEASE .... Newberry, S. C. 
MARTHA A. SEAY . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
WILLIAM J. SEAY .... Charlotte, N. C. 
EULALIE V. SEEL .... Rahway, N. J. 



PATRICIA 


C. SEELEY . 


Sandy Spr 


ings, Ga 


CHARLES 


A. SEIJO . . . 


. Silver Sp 


ing, Md 


REBECCA 


S. SENN . . 


Simpsonv 


lie, S. C 


THOMAS 


L. SENN . . . 


. . Clem 


on, S. C 


HUBERT 


H. SETTLE . 


. . . Albany, Ga 


CHRISTOPHER W. SEVERS . . Peck 


ville. Pa 


DONALD 


C. SHAFER . . 


Strongsv 


ille, Ohio 


WILLIAM 


S. SHANNON 


. Westbu 


ry, N. V 


GRADY I 


SHEALY . . 


Ninety Six. S. C 


JOHN P. 


SHEALY . . 


. . Sava 


inah, Ga 


SANDRA 


M. SHEALY . . 


. W. Colum 


)ia, S. C 


FRANK J 


SHELLEY . . 


. . Rockville. Md 




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VICTORIA E. SHELLEY . Daytona Beach, Fla. 


WILLIE C. SHELLEY . 


. Conway, S. C. 


EDGAR G. SHELTON . . . 


Winter Park, Fla. 


TOM P. SHEPPARD . . 


. . Liberty, S. C. 


LARRY D. SHERMAN . . 


. Piedmont, S. C. 


ROBERT L. SHEVVFELT . 


. . Clcmson, S. C. 


ARTHUR J. SKINNERS . W. Springfield, Mass. 


WILLIAM M. SHIRLEY , 


Honea Path. S. C. 


DALE C. SHIVERS . . . 


. Marietta, S. C. 


BETTE A. SHULER 


. Clemson, S. C. 


IIARON K. SHULER . . 


Charleston, S. C. 


HUBERT T. SHULER . . . 


. Jamestown, S. C. 


CHARLES A. SIBLEY . . 


. Rock Hill, S, C. 


GLEN C. SIBLEY . . . 


. Beaufort, S. C. 


MICHAEL C. SIEBERT . 


Laurens, S. C. 


EVERETT W. SIEDSCHLAG . Columbia S. C. 


JOHN A. SIM 


Garden City, N. J. 


CARL M. SIMMONS . . 


Burlington, N. C. 


KENNETH E. SIMMONS . 


. Greenwood, S. C. 


MARGARET A. SIMMONS 


. Williamston, S. C. 


NANCY F. SIMMONS . . 


. . Pickens, S. C. 


RALPH G. SIMMONS . . 


. . Norcross, Ga. 


RICHARD SIMONS . . . 


. Columbila, S. C. 


HENRY G. SIMPSON . . 


. Lancaster, S. C. 


JOHN M. SIMS .... 


. . Central. S. C. 


MARTHA A. SINGLETON 


. . Annandale, Va. 


STEPHEN SINTAL . . . 


. Lynbrook. N. Y. 


LONNE B. SKIPPER . . 


. . Conway, S. C. 


NANCY J. SLIKER . ■ . 


. . Wayne, N. J. 


PAULA E. SLOAN . . . 


. . Union, S. C. 


MAX G. SMALLS . . . 


. . Beaufort, S. C. 


BIVEN A. SMITH . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


CHARLES E. SMITH . . 


. Mountsville, S. C. 


CLARENCE H. SMITH . 


. . Baltimore, Md. 


DAVID M. SMITH . . . 


. . Norway, S. C. 


JEFFERY W. SMITH . . 


. . Concord, N. H. 


KENNETH E. SMITH . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


KENNETH L. SMITH . . 


. Chesterfield, S. C. 


KENNETH W. SMITH . . 


. . AUentown. Pa. 


MARCUS E. SMITH . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


MILLEDGE S. SMITH . 


Columbia. S. C. 


RANDALL D. SMITH . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


REFINALD K. SMITH . . 


. . Buffalo, S. C. 


RODERICK W. SMITH . 


. . . Salem, S.C. 


ROGER B. SMITH . . . 


. . Johnston, S. C^ 


ROGER D. SMITH . . . 


. . Charlotte, N. C. 


SIDNEY L. SMITH . . 


Swansea, S. C. 


SIDNEY T. SMITH . . . 


. . Bowman, S. C. 


TONY L. SMITH . . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


WADE M. SMITH . . . 


. . . Wayne, Pa. 


WAYNE B. SMITH . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


WILLIAM H. SMITH . . 


. . Hanahan, S. C. 


JOHN D. SNODDY . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


ROBERT F. SNYDER . . 


. Charleston. S. C. 



ALGERNON G. SOLOMONS . . Estill, S. C. 
RONNIE W. SPARKS .... Gaffney, S. C. 
WILLIAM A. SPENLER . . Bennettsville, S. C. 

LARRY N. SPIVEY Taylors, S. C. 

BLAKE D. SPONG Columbia, S. C. 

JERRY W. SPRADLEY .... Aiken, S. C. 



BERNARD J. STANEK . . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


THOMAS L. STANFIELD . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


JOHN J. STANKIEWICZ . , 


. . Freehold, N. J. 


TAD A. STANLEY . . , . 


Shaw AFB, S. C. 


LYNN B. STARLING . . . 


. Lakeland, Fla. 


VAN N. STEADMAN . . 


. Williston. S. C. 


MARTHA E- STEARNS . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


CLYBURN S. STEELE . 


. Lancaster, S. C. 


JOHN R. STEER 


Ninety Six, S. C. 


JANE P. STEGALL . . . 


. Pendleton, S. C. 


MARY S. STEIN 


. Anderson, S. C. 


MICHAEL K. STENSTROM . 


Hend's'ville, N. C. 


FRANKLIN J. STEPHENS . 


. Walhalla, S. C. 


GERALD S. STEPHENS . . 


N. Augusta, S. C. 


JOHN E- STEVENS . . Ne- 


w Brunswick, N. J. 


ROBERT S. STEVENS . . 


. Clemson, S. C. 


JAMES C. STEVENSON . . 


. Richburg, S. C. 


FREDERICK M. STEWART 


. Lake City, S. C. 


ROBERT L. STEWART . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


IRENE E. STIMSON . . . 


Cocoa. Fla. 



JOHN M. STITH . . . Sullivans Island, S. C. 
CHARLES V. STOLL .... Kingstree, S. C. 
MALCOLM E. STONE . . . Honea Path, S. C. 
JOYCE A. STOVALL . . . Charleston, S. C. 



VIRGINIA A. STOVER . 
PHILLIP N. STRAYER . 
JOHN C. STREET . . . 
EUGENE G. STRIBLING 



Blacksburg, S. C. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

BranchviUe, S. C. 

. Lyman, S. C. 



CYNTHIA D. STRICKLAND Anderson, S. C. 
MONTE STRICKLAND .. . Tabor City, N. C. 



WATSON S. STRICKLAND, JR., G'town, S. C. 



DAVID R. STROMAN . . 


. . Sumter, 


S. C. 


ROBERT J. STUKANE . . 


Cherry Hill, 


.N.J. 


AL H. STURGIS . . . 


Rock Hill, 


.5. C. 


JOHN T. SUBER, JR. . . 


. Columbia, 


, S. C. 


THOMAS \V. SUBER . . 


. Whitmire, 


, S. C. 


BEN R. SULLIVAN . . . 


Clemson, 


, S. C. 


JAMES R. SURSAVAGE . 


Andrews, 


N. C. 


DOMINIE J. SUSINI . . 


Camden, 


, S. C. 


PETER W. SUTHERLAND 


. . . Scotia, 


, N.J. 


STEVEN W. SUTOR . . . 


, . Baltimon 


?, Md. 


MELINDA J. SUTTON . 


. . Marietta, Ga. 



ROBERT R. SWAN . , . Middleton, N. J. 
JOSEPH E. SWOFFORD . . . Laurens, S. C. 

JAMES D. SYFAN Gainesville, Ga. 

ROBERT J. TALBERT . . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
WILLIAM TALLEY, JR. . . . Duncan. S. C. 
THOMAS D. TALMAGE, JR. . . . Eustis, Fla. 



KAMCHUEN P. TANG . . 
WILLIAM B. TARVER, JR. 
BILLY A. TAYLOR . . . 
DAVID E. TAYLOR . . . 
LINDA J. TAYLOR . . . 
LOUIS E. TAYLOR . . . . 



LUTHER L. TAYLOR . 
MICHAEL W. TAYLOR 
PRUDENCE G. TAYLOR 
ROBERT E. TAYLOR . . 
STANLEY D. TAYLOR . 
STEPHEN E. TAYLOR 



Hong Kong 
. . Bluffton, S. C. 
Johnsonville, S. C. 

. Richmond, Va. 
. Columbia, S. C. 

Great Falls, S. C. 



Columbia, S. C. 

. Aiken, S. C. 
Salisbury, N. C. 
lial Heights, Va. 
are Shoals, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 

















FRESHMEN 





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THOMAS D. TAYLOR . 
WILLIAM F. TAYLOR 
WILLIAM M. TAYLOR . 
WILLIAM R. TAYLOR . 
RICHARD D. TEAL . . . 
ELIZABETH C. TEEPLE 



JOSEPH M. TERRELL . . . 
ROBERT C. TERRY . . . 
RICHARD K. THACKSTON 
JAMES C. THIGPEN . . 
B. CRAIG THOMAS . . . 
CHARLES M. THOMAS . . 



DAVID L. THOMAS . 
ROBERT L. THOMAS . 
SARA A. THOMAS 
JOHN E. THOMASSON 
DAVID F. THOMPSON 
DAVID W. THOMPSON 



Honea Path, S. C. 
Conway, S. C. 
. . Atlanta, Ga. 
Waynesville, N. C. 
resr^nt Beach, S. C. 
Bedminister, N. J. 



Spartanburg, S. C. 
. . Martin, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
Florence, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 

. Co'.jmbia, S. C. 



Wa 



, Ohio 



St. George, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 
. . York, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 
. . Fairfax. Va. 



LARRY S. THOMPSON .... Olar, S. C. 
HENRY G. THORNDIKE . Wkomica Church, Va. 
STEPHEN H. THYLOR . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
MICHAEL L. TILLIRSON . . Liberty. S. C. 
HERMAN W. TILLOTSON . Spartanburg, S. C. 
RALPH G. TINGLER .... Finksburg, Md. 



ARLIE D. TINSLEY . . 
DAVID E. TINSLEY . . 
WALTER A. TOOLE . . 
MICHAEL C. TORK , . 
AGOSTINO P. TORTORA 



Greenville, S. C. 
Laurens S. C. 

Williston, S. C. 
Townville. S. C. 

Yonkers, N. Y. 



WILLIAM A. TOUCHSTONE . Commerce, Ga. 



JOHN J. JOY Mohnton, Pa. 

JERRY W. TRAYNHAM . . Honea Path, S. C. 
ANTHONY C. TRIOLO . . Staten Island, N. Y. 
CHRIS N. TRIVELAS . . Charleston, S. C. 

MARY J. TROTTER Easley, S. C. 

GEORGE W. TROOBLEFIELD, Rock Hill. S. C. 



WILLIAM D. TRYTHALL . . Bethlehem, S. C. 
DAVID A. TUCKER .... Abbeville, S. C. 
GILBERT E. TURNER, JR. . Walterboro, S. C. 
HARRY C. TURNER . . . Isle of Palms, S. C. 
JOSEPH J. TURNER. JR. . . Williston. S. C. 
LANNY E. TURNER .... Clinton. S. C. 



RICHARD M. TURNER. JR. . Orangeburg, S. C. 



ROBERT J. TUSSO . . 
DIANE E. TUTTLE . . 
SUSAN R. TYNDALL . 
STEPHEN E. TYSON III 
ALEXANDER UR . . 



Westfield. N. J. 
Clemson, S. d 



Orangeburg. S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 



THOMAS C. VALESKY . . Penns Grove. N. J 
DOUGLAS W. VAN OSDELL . Summerton, S. C 
JOHN E. VARNADORE .... Chester S. C 
KENNETH L. VAUGHAN . . Marietta. Ga, 
JACK S. VERNON .... Chesterfield, ! 
JOHN P. VICK Freehold, N. J 



JOSEPH E. VIGNATI 
LAWRENCE B. VISCONTI 
FRANK H. VOGEL . . . 
DENNY M. WADDELL . 
TERRY L. WAITES . . . 
J. STEPHEN WALDREP . 



N. Augusta, S. C. 

. Stratford, Conn. 

Lakewood, N. J. 

Greer, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 



RONALD A. WALFIELD 
DAVIS C. WALKER . 
DOROTHY E. WALKER . 
WILLIAM T. WALL . . 
JAMES R. WALLACS, JR. 
TOMMY M. WALLACE . 



DONALD N. WALLER . . 
A. CHARLES WALLMO . . 
A. CHARLENE WALTERS . 
JAMES D. WALTERS . . . 
GEORGE S. WALTMAN, JR. 
REMBERT B. WARD . . . 



. Walterboro, S. C. 

Decatur, Ga. 

Clemson, S. C. 

. Edgefield, S. C. 

Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

. Rock HiU, S. C. 



Beaufort, S. C. 
Ft. Collins, Colo. 
Rock Hill, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
Rock Hill, S. C. 



ROBERT D. WARDELL . . ■ Mauldin, 
DAVID A. WARDLAW . . . Whitmire, 
WILLIAM G. WARDLAW, JR. . Anderson, 
THOMAS B. WARING . . . Manning, 
JAS. D. WARREN, JR. . Charleston Hgts., 
JAMES O. WARREN, JR. . . . Dillon, 



BEN G. WATSON . . . . N. Augusta, S. C. 



JOSEPH P. WATSON . 
ROBERT A. WATSON . 
R. M. WATSON, JR. . . 
SHERRILL L. WATSON 
H. F. WEATHERS, JR. . 



. . Anderson, S. C. 
. . Easley, S. C. 
Ridge Spring, S. C. 
. . Edgefield, S. C. 
Fountain Inn, S. C. 



JOHN J. WEAVER III 
PETER F. WEDDELL 
DALE R. WEINRICH . 
WILLIAM A. WEIR . 
JOHN K. WEISMAN . 
ROBERT I. WEISS . . 



. . Bennettsville, S C 

Goshew, Ind 

. . . Crofton, Md 

Clinton, S C 

. . . Smithtown, N Y 

Upper Montclair, N J 



LYNN C. WELBORN Pickens, S C 



Calhoun Falls, 
Greenwood, 



CHARLES M. WELLS 

WAYNE C. WELLS . 

PHILIP H. WENDELL .... Salem, Mass 

ROBERT S. WENNERSTEN . Glen Rock, N J 

RICHARD B. WERTS .... Ninety Six, S C 



EDWARD A. WERZYN JR. . . Santiago, Chile 
JOHN H. WESSINGER . . . Columbia, S C 
ALLAN E. WEST . . . Isle of Palms, S C 

RICHARD W. WEST Aiken, S C 

JAMES F. WESTBROOK . . . Augusta, Ga. 
WILLIAM J. WESTERVELT . . Bel Air, Md. 




FRESHMEN 



ROBERT C. WHEATLEY 
JOHN H. WHEELER . 
RICHARD D. WHEELER 
DON V. WHELCHEL . 



Spartanburg, S. C. 

Saluda, S. C. 

. . Clemson, S. C. 

. Gaffney, S. C. 



WALTER D. WHETSTONE . St Matthews, S. 
PHYLLIS A. WHITE . . West Columbia, S. 



ROBERT B. WHITE . . . 
THOMAS B. WHITE . . 
WARREN C. WHITE . . . 
DONALD P. WHITEHURST 
FRANK WHITESIDE . . . 
MICHAEL L. WHITFIELD 



. Greenville, S. C. 
Camden, S. C. 
. Edgefield. S. C. 
. New York, N. Y. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. Anderson, S. C. 



JUDSON L. WHITLOCK . . . Atlanta, Ga. 
CHARLES G WHITMIRE . . Greenville, S. C. 
DAVID M. WHITTAKER . . Rhinebeck, N. Y. 
FORREST M. WHITTINGTON . . Loris, S. C. 
GRADY O. WICKER .... Newberry, S C. 
DANIEL S. WIGGERS . . . Pomaria, S. C. 





FRESHMEN 











DONALD A. WIGGINS . Point Pleasant, W. Va. 


ROBERT h. WIGGINS . 


. Orangeburg, S. C. 


THOMAS C. WIGGINS 


Decatur, Ga. 


WILLIAM J. WILFINGER 


. . . Emmans, Pa. 


ROBERT M. WILKINSON 


. . Walterboro, S. C. 


ALICE R. WILLIAMS . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


BILLIE S. WILLIAMS . 


. Graniteville, S. C. 


CHARLES A. WILLIAMS 


. . Greenville, S. C. 


DALE C. WILLIAMS . . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C. 


DONNA S. WILLIAMS . 


Florence, S. C. 


HOWARD W. WILLIAMS 


. Monoreville, N. J. 


JAMES R. WILLIAMS . . 


. . Newberry, S. C. 


JOHN F. WILLIAMS . 


. Cleveland, N. C. 


NORMAN A. WILLIAMS 


. . Columbia, S. C 


TERRY E. WILLIAMS . 


. . Greenville. S. C. 


THOMAS F WILLIAMS 


. . Marietta, Ca 


THOMAS F. WILLIAMS 


. . . Dillon, S. C 


GENE R. WILLIAMS . 


. . Salters, S. C 



HOWARD D. WILLIAMS . . Cheraw, S. C. 

JOSEPH W. WILLIAMS . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
MARY D. WILLIAMS .... Salley, S. C. 
THOMAS B. WILLINGHAM . . Chesnee, S. C. 
GARY N. WILLIS .... Westminster, S. C 
BRUCE R. WILSON . . . Bedminster, N. J. 



EROS W. WILSON . . 


. Abbeville, S. C. 


GARLAND K. WILSON . 


. . Fort Mill, S. C. 


JANICE E. WILSON . . 


. Four Oaks, N. C 


KATHY L. WILSON 


Cumberland, Md 


I.IEUDEAN L. WILSON 


. Charlotte, N. C 


RICHARD P. WILSON . 


. . Columbia, S. C 


ROGER D. WILSON . . 


. . Liberty, S. C 


WILLIAM G. WILSON . 


. . Abbeville, S. C 


JOHN D. WINBURN . . 


Columbia, S. C 


DONALD R. WINCOTT . 


. . Kenmore, N. Y 


JOHN H. WINFIELD . . 


. . Conway, S. C 


CARL R. WINKLEY . . 


. . Langhorne, Pa 


.MARINA E. WINQUIST . 


. . Debham, Mass 


JANIETH K. WISE . . 


. Graniteville, S. C 


LARRY V. WISE . . . 


Columbia, S. C 


CONRAD W. WISINGER 


Saddle Brook, N. J 


STAN S. WITOWSKI . . 


. . Oxen Hill. Md 


JAMES D. WITTER . . 


. . Chaffee, N. Y 



DAVE A. WITTSCHEN . 


. Charleston, S. C 


GERALDINE A. WOJECK . 


. . Marietta, Ga 


LARRY D. WOOD . . . 


. Startex, S. C 


RICHARD 0. WOOD . . 


Lake City, S. C 


ROBERT M. WOOD . . . 


. . Atlanta, Ga 


JAMES D. WOODSON . . 


. . Easley, S. C 


CHERYL D. WOODY . . . 


. Pendleton, S. C 


RICHARD E. WOOTEN . . 


. Pendleton, S. C 


JOHN W. WORSHAM . . 


Bamberg, S. C 


STEPHEN G. WRAY . . . 


. . Gaffney, S. C 


CAROL A. WRIGHT . . 


. Harrington, 111 


CLYDE R. WRIGHT . . . 


. Gastonia, N. C 


JAMES E. WRIGHT, JR. . 


. Anderson, S. C 


MAR1- T. WRIGHT . . . 


. Manning, S. C 


MILDRED A. WRIGHT 


. Columbia, S. C 


RANDALL N. WRIGHT . . 


Anderson, S. C 


THOMAS L. WRIGHT . . 


. . Duncan, S. C 


WILLIAM G. WRIGHT . . 


. Rock Hill, S. C 



572 



FRESHMEN 



ROBERT A. WYCKOFF . 
ROBERT S. VVVLIE . . 
JOHN McD. YARBROUGH 
RAYMOND A. YAUGER . 
SANDRA J. YEARGIN . 
DENNIS S. YENDREK . 



. Wayne, N. J. 

Blacksburg, S. C. 

. Charlotte, N. C. 

Uniontown, Pa. 

Elberton, Ga. 

Warren, Ohio 



MARLENE E. YOUNG . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
MARTHA O. YOUNG .... Columbia, S. C. 
CHARLES R. YEW .... Gibsonville, N. C. 

CARL A. ZAMBON Oxon Hill, Md. 

EDWARD C. ZINK .... Baltimore, Md. 
RICHARD M. ZUKOWSK . Bay Shore, N. Y. 




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Clemson University 
At Greenville 



The Greenville County Technical Center provides the 
facilities for Clemson University at Greenville. The center 
is located on S. C. 291 by-pass in Greenville, S. C. and 
consists of only one classroom building. 

There are 239 students attending the Greenville Ex- 
tension as compared to last year's enrollment of 143. 

The Extension offers all freshman courses required of 
any major on the main campus at Clemson for the re- 
mainder of his study. 

Director of the Extension is Dr. C. B. Thompson who 
was originally a member of the Social Sciences Depart- 
ment at the main campus. He coordinates the work of 
a very well qualified faculty. Many of the professors there 
have taught in Clemson. 




DR. C. B. THOMPSON, Director 







GREENVILLE EXTENSION 






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GARY T. ALEVINE .... Greenville, S. C. 

BILLY M. ALLEN Taylors, S. C. 

DONALD W. ANDERSON . . Greenville, S. C. 
WILLIAM B.ANDERSON . . Greenville, S. C. 
SAMUEL W. AUSTIN . . . Greenville, S. C. 
RONALD C. AYERS, JR. . . S.mpsonville, S. C. 



JOSEPH G. BAGWELL 
JOEL L. BAILEY . . 
WILLIAM L. BAILEY . 
CHARLIE A. BARBERY 
DON L. BEACHAM . . 
VIVIAN S. BELK . . 



JUDITH K. BELL . . 
DONALD A BELT . . 
SONJA J. BISHOP . 
CHARLES E. BLOUNT 
ROBERT A. BOGAN . 
CHARLES G. BOONE 



. . Greer, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
Simpsonville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C 
. Greenville, S. C. 



Piedmont, 
. Taylors, 
Greenville, 



ROGER D. BOWER . . . 
THOMAS N. BRADLEY . . 
JERRY T. BRADY . . . . 
DAVID A. BROWN . . . 
HERBERT W. BROWN, JR. 
WILLIAM E. BRYSON, JR. 



Greenville, S. C. 
, . Greer, S. C. 

. Pelzer, S. C. 

Piedmont, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 



JOHNNY C. BYERS Laurens, S. 

JERRY R. BYRD Greenville, S. 

ROY E. CAMPBELL .... Greenville, S. 

FAY A. CANNON Greenville, S. 

WALLACE N. CANTRELL . . . Easley, S. 
EDDIE H. CARTER .... Greenville, S. 



TERRY BRYAN CARTER 
DENNIS R. CASH . . . 
MALCOLM L. CHAPIN . 
WILLIAM S. CHASTEEN 
SAMUEL B. CLARK . . 
DORIS P. CLAYTON . . 



TOMMY C. COBB . . . 
JOHN D. COLALVCA . . 
CORDELIA E. COLE . . 
DAVID M. CORNMESSER . 
ROSEMARIE A. COTHRAN 
CHARLES R. COVINGTON 



Jreenville, S. C. 
Ireenville, S. C. 
ireenville, S. C. 
. Pelzer, S. C. 
lers Rest, S. C. 
Laurens, S. C. 



Greenville, S. C. 



Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 



PATSY A. COX Pickens, S. C. 

J. RANDALL COZATT III . . Greenville, S^C. 
ROBERT F. CRAIGO .... Greenville, S.^. 

JOHN W. CRAIN Greer, S. C. 

MICHAEL J. CROMER . . ■ Greenville. S. C. 
LARRY B. CULBERTSON . . Greenville, S. C. 



ANN E. CUNETON .... Greenville, S. C. 

GEORGE M. DAUGHERTY . Greenville, S. C. 

JERRY W. DEAN Greenville, S. C. 

Hl^ELL C. DENTON .... Greenville, S. C. 

CAROL J. DICKERSON . . . Greenville, S. C. 

WILSON C. DUNFORD, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 



BECKY L. DURHAM .... Piedmont, S. C. 
FLO^■D D. DURHAM .... Pickens, S. C. 
PATRICIA I. DURHAM . . Gerenville, S. C. 
WILLIAM V. EDWARDS, JR. . Easley, S. C. 
CHARLIE E. ELLENBURG . . Easley. S. C. 
JAMES F. ELROD .... Greenville, S. C. 



GREENVILLE EXTENSION 



JIMMIE W. EVATT . . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


CHRISTINE J. FERGUSON . 


Greenville, S. C. 


LINDA S. FINLEY . . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


CHERVL L. FLOYD . . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


ROBERT H. FORESTER . . 


. Taylors, S. C. 


ROBERT E. FRASHER . ■ ■ 


Greenville, S. C. 


PERRY \V. FREEMAN, JR. . 


. Easley, S. C. 


FRED A. FULLER 


Greenville, S. C. 


RICHARD W. GALWAY . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


WILLIAM T. GARRETT, JR. 


. . Pelzer, S. C. 


LEIGH C. GLENN . . . 


. . Greer, S. C. 


RICHARD W. GLOVER . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


MICHAEL J. GOMBOLA . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


CAROL S. GOODWIN . . . 


Greenville, S- C. 


VERNON W. GRAVLEE . . 


. Greenville, S. C 


RONALD L. GREEN, JR. . , 


. Greenville, S. C. 


ROBERT K. GREENE . . . 


. Taylors. S. C. 


ERIC S. HALL 


Greenville, S. C. 


SUSAN Y. HALL 


. Taylors, S. C. 


RICHARD J. HANKS . . . 


. Taylors, S. C. 


JAMES L. HARBIN . . . 


Greenville. S. C 


DAVID M. HARDIN . . . 


. Laurens, S. C. 


SAM R. HARDING . . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


JOSEPH E. HARPER . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 



PETE C. HEFFERMAN . . . Greenville, S. C. 
RALPH B. HEMPHILL . . . Greenville, S. C. 
JIMMY A. HENDERSON . . Greenville, S. C. 
RICHARD L. HESTER . . ■ Greenville, S. C. 

GERALD E. HILES Easley, S. C. 

DONALD R. HILL Taylors. S. C. 

HOLLEN L. HOFFMAN . . Greenville. S. C. 
PAULA L. HOGAN .... Greenville, S. C. 

DON R. HOLDER Greer, S. C. 

KEITH B. HOLTZCLAW . . Greenville, S. C. 

CHARLES E. HOOD Pelzer, S. C. 

FRANK D. HOWELL Greer, S. C. 

CHARLOTTE G. HUDSON . . Greenville, S. C. 
MICHAEL J. HUGGINS . . Greenville, S. C. 

AMOS HYKES Taylors, S. C. 

LINDA A. JONES Greenville, S. C. 

ROBERT J. JONES .... Greenville, S. C. 
DEAN G. KARR Taylors. S. C. 

EVERETT L. KELLEY . . . Greenville, S. C. 

JOHN T. KELLEY Greenville S. C. 

WARREN N. KING .... Greenville. S. C. 

JOHN W. KIRK, JR Greenville, S. C. 

JAMES L. LAFOY .... Greenville. S. C. 

DAVID R. LANDING . . . Greenville, S. C. 



ALAN G. LONDRETH . . 
RANDY J. LAWLESS . 
ELIZABETH H. LAWTON 
DARLENE M. LEACH . . 
JAMES M. LEAGUE . . . 
JOHN C. LEAKE, JR. . 



Greenville. 
Piedmont. 



Greenvi 
Woodr 



JOHN D. LEDFORD .... Greenville. S. 
CURTIS J. LOLLIS .... Piedmont, S. 

LARRY B. LONG Greenville. S. 

NANCY L. LORD Greenville, S. 

LISCLOTTE LUDVIGSEN Greenville, S. 

JOHN M. LYNCH .... Gray Court, S. 




GREENVILLE EXTENSION 






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THOMAS J. McARDLE . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


ROBERT E. McCALL . . . 


Gre 


enville, S. C. 


MORRIS W. McCOLLEY . . 


Grc 


cnville, S. C. 


JOE W. McCOY 




F.aslev. S. C 


CYNTHIA D. McGILL . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


ROGER D. McJUNKIN . . . 


. F 


ickens, S. C. 


DAVID D. McNEELY . , . 


Greenville, S. C. 


CYNTHIA A. MABRY . . . 


Gre 


enville, S. C. 


DANNY G. MACE 


Gre 


enville, S. C. 


CHARLES R. MAUNEY . . 




Greer, S. C. 


WILLIAM W. MASON . . . 


. Woodruff, S. C. 


THOMAS C. MEIER . . . 




Easley, S. C. 


JAMES M. MERRILL . . . 


Gre 


enville, S. C. 


JOHN P. METCALF . . . 


Gre 


enville, S. C. 


BOBBY J. MILLER . . . Traveler 


s Rest, S. C. 


DOUGLAS S. MILLER . . 


Gre 


enville, S. C. 


FRANCIS I. MILLER . . . 




Greer, S. C. 


RICHARD C. MILLER . . 


Gre 


enville, S. C. 


ROBERT E. MILLER . . 




Easley, S. C. 


WILLIE I. MILLER . . . 


Grf 


enville, S. C. 


DENNIS R. MOORE ■ . . 


Gre 


enville, S. C. 


JAMES P. MORROW . . . 


Gre 


enville, S. C. 


JAMES H. MOSELEY . . 


Gr 


enville, S. C. 


ROGER L. MULL .... 




Easley, S. C. 


ELWYN G. NEVES, JR. . . 


. Gr 


enville, S. C, 


THOMAS D. NORRIS . . 


Gr 


enville, S. C. 


BARRY D. PALM .... 




Greer, S. C. 


RICHARD W. PARKER . . 


. Gr 


enville, S. C. 


ALBERT C. PEDEN . . . 


Simpsonville, S. C. 


JOHN M. PEEL .... 


Greenville, S. C. 


WILLIAM J. PETERS . . 


Spar 


anburg, S. C. 


RICHARD W. PICKELSIMER 


. Gr 


•enville, S. C. 


THOMAS E. PIERCE . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


STANLEY F. PINSON . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


JAMES E. PONDER, JR. . 




Easley, S. C. 


BENSON A. POOLE . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


DEBBIE W. PRZETACNIK 


. Gr 


eenville, S. C. 


MAXIE R. PUTNAM . . 


Gr 


eenville, S. C. 


RANNY F. QUEEN . . . 


. Gr 


eenville, S. C. 


HASKELL D. REECE . . 


. Gr 


eenville, S. C. 


JOSEPH S. REID .... 


Wooodruff, S. C. 


CHARLES H. RICHARDS II 




Duncan, S. C. 


CHARLIE S. RIGBY . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


HAROLD G. RISK. JR. . . 


. Gr 


eenville, S. C. 


JOHN S. ROBERTSON . . 


. Gr 


eenville, S. C 


JAMES H. RODGERS. JR. . 


Fountain Inn, S. C. 


LAWRENCE M. ROSS . . 


. Gr 


eenville, S. C. 


ANDREW J. SARANKO . 


. Gr 


eenville, S. C. 


PAGE C. SCOVIL . . . 


. Gr 


eenville, S. C. 


WILLIAM L. SHERBERT . 


. Gr 


eenville, S. C. 


JAMES H. SIMS, JR. . . 


. Gr 


eenville, S. C. 


THOMAS M. SIZEMORE . 


. Gr 


eenville, S. C. 


ROBERT T. SMATHERS . 


. Gr 


eenville, S. C. 


ALLEN D. SMITH . . . 


Greenville, S. C, 


nOYCE E. SMITH . . . 




Taylors, S. C. 


DONNA K. SMITH . . . 




Easley, S. C. 


FRANCIS M. SMITH . . 


. G 


eenville, S. C 


THERON C. SMITH III . 




Greer, S. C. 


TOMMY P. SMITH . . . 


. Gr 


eenville. S. C. 


WILLIAM H. SMITH, JR. . 


. G 


eenville, S. C. 



GREENVILLE EXTENSION 



WILLIAM A. SMOKE . 
WILLIAM G. SNIPES . 
DAVID S. STEELE . 
BVRON F. STONE . . 
JAMES H. STONE . . 
WILLIAM A. STOREY 



JOEL A. STROM . . . 
TERRV Q. SUDDUTH . 
DON A. SURRETT . . 
JAMES W. TAYLOR, JR. 
LOUISE B. TAYLOR . 
LAWRENCE T. TEW . 



. Greenville, S. C. 
West Pelzer, S. C. 
Simpsonville, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 



N. Augusta, S. C. 



JAMES H. THOMASON . 
LINDA C. THOMPSON . . 
ELLISON H. THREATT, JR. 
CLINTON M. TUCKER . . 
DANIEL L. TYNER . . 
STEVE B. VAUGHN . . 



Greenville. S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 



Mountville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 



JOE H. VENABLE Easley, S. 

EMILY B. WARREN .... Mauldin, S. 

JERRY C. WATERS Greer, S. 

CHRISTOPHER M. WATSON . Greenville, S. 

EMILY F. WATSON Easley, S. 

NEAL A. WHITE .... Greenville, S. 



JOE E. WHITMIRE . . 
JAMES E. WHITSON . 
ROBERT J. WIEBEL . 
ELLEN M. WILLIAMS . 
LARRY A. WILLIAMS 
WALTER L. WILLIAMS 



DEMETROIS P. WILSON 
STEVEN D. WINDHAM . 
DOLTGLAS W. WOERNER 
ARTHUR A. WOO . . . 
CLYDE L. WOOTEN . . 
DEBORAH A. WRIGHT . 



Greenville, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C 
Simpsonville, S. C 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. . Greer, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 



Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 



Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 




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Clemson University 
At Sumter 

In an effort to extend its educational facilities in order 
to reach more students, Clemson University has in opera- 
tion the Clemson University Extension in Sumter, S. C. 
Being composed of four buildings, the modern campus is 
located on the west side of town. 

Enrollment at the extension has nearly doubled since 
last year. There are now 178 students attending classes 
at Sumter. 

Dr. S. ^l. Willis is the director and was transferred 
from the Industrial Management Department at the main 
caminis. He leads a competent faculty that is well cjualified 
in their respective fields. 

The Sumter Extension offers all courses that a fresh- 
man must have for any major of the main campus. A 
student may complete his freshman and sophomore years 
at the extension, after which the remaining two years of 
his work must be taken on the main campus. 




DR. S. M. WILLIS, Director 




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CLEMSON 
UNIVERSITY 

AT SUAHTER 






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JOSEPH R. ATKINSON . . . Sumter, S. C. 
WILLIAM K. AYCOCK . . . Pincwood, S. C. 
GREGORY S. BAKER .... Sumter, S. C. 

JOAN E. BAKER Rembert, S. C. 

JAMES C. BARKER Sumter, S. C. 

JAMES A. BAUER Sumter, S. C. 



EDDIE M. BELKEN . 
CATHY D. BESSER . 
JACK H. BLACKMON 
SAMUEL R. BOYKIN 
JAMES T. BREZNAY 



. Sumter, S. C. 

Sumter, S. C. 
. Sumter, S. C. 
St. Charles, S. C. 

Sumter, S. C. 



SANDRA T. BRICE Sumter, S. C. 



HENRY C. BROWN . . 
JUDY B. BROWN . . . 
LINDA A. BROWN . . 
ROGER D. BULLARD . 
A. ELAINE BURRESS . 
SANDRA L. CAMPBELL 



HAROLD CHANDLER 
JOHN C. CLARK . . 
HARRY B. COCHRAN 
ALLEN O. COKER . . 
CLAUDE W. CORBETT 
LINDA R. COUNCILL 



Sumter, S. C. 
Sumter, S. C. 
Sumter, S. C. 
Sumter, S. C. 
Sumter, S. C. 
Sumter, S. C. 



Sumter, S. C, 

Sumter, S. C. 

. Elgin, S. C. 

Turbeville, S. C. 

Pinewood, S. C. 

Sumter, S. C. 



SUSAN R. CRIBB Sumter, S. C. 

RAYMOND E. CROCKER . . . Sumter, S. C. 

JOE H. CULLER Orangeburg, S. C. 

THOMAS J. CUSUMANO . . . Sumter, S. C. 

GLORIA J. DANIELS Alcolu, S. C. 

JOHN E. DANNER, JR Sumter, S. C. 



REBECCA A. DAVIS . . . 


. . Sumter, S. C 


ANN E. DEATON .... 


. Sumter, S. C 


FRED E. DEATON . . . . 


. Camden, S. C 


STEPHEN L. DINKINS . 


. Sumter, S. C 


PAUL R. DUKE 


. New Zion, S. C 


NORMAN DUPONT . . . 


. Sumter, S. C 


TITUS DUREN 


Sumter, S. C. 


EUGENIA L. EDWARDS . 


Sumter, S. C 


WILLIAM H. FREY, JR. . 


Sumter, S. C. 


SAMUEL L. FUNCHESS . 


Sumter, S. C 


GLEN I. GARRIS .... 


. Sumter, S. C 


EDWARD G. GEDDINGS . 


. Sumter, S. C 



WARREN T. GIVENS .... Sumter, S. C. 
CELESTE M. GORDON .... Sumter, S. C. 
JEFFREY T. GOSSETT .... Sumter, S. V. 
DANE A. GRAHAM .... Pinewood, S. C. 

MARY L. GREEN Gable, S. C. 

SHANNON K. GREEN .... Sumter, S. C. 

WAYNE D. GRIFFIN .... Sumter, S. C. 
WILLIAM L. GRIFFIN .... Sumter, S. C. 

ETHEL E. HART Wedgefield, S. C. 

JAMES T. BECKER Camden, S. C. 

E WILLIAM HEIKKILA . . . Sumter, S. C. 
CHARLES M. HEMINGWAY . Summerton, S. C. 



HENRY W. HERBERT, JR. . . Florence, S. 

LOIS J. HILTON Sumter, S. 

MICHAEL A. HODGE .... Sumter, S. 
WILLIAM A. HODGE . . . Bishopville. S. 
LOIS JANE HOLLOWAY . . . Sumter, S. 
DENNIS W. HOPSON .... Sumter, S. 



SUMTER EXTENSION 



ALAN S, HOVERMALE . 


Sumter, 


S. C. 


JANICE L. HOWILER . . 


. Sumter, 


S. C. 


HAROLD S. ISEMAN . . 


Sumter, 


S. C. 


SHARRON L. JANSEN . 


Shaw AFB, 


S. C. 


MARY D. JEFFORDS . . 


Sumter, 


S. C. 


JAMES D. JENNINGS . . 


. . Sumter, 


S. C. 


CHARLES L. JOHNSON . 


Sumter, 


S. C. 


LINDA J. JORDAN . . . 


. . Sumter, 


s. c. 


DONALD C. JUSTICE . . 


. . Sumter, 


s. c. 


MASATERU KAWAMURA 


Sumter, 


s. c. 


CLIFTON R. KOLB . . , 


Pinewood, 


s. c. 


PAUL K. KRIG .... 


. Shaw AFB, 


s. c. 


JAMES W. KRONBERG . 


Sumter, 


s. c. 


BYRON J. KUDRA . . . 


Sumter, 


s. c. 


BETSY L. LAMBERT . . 


Sumter, 


s. c. 


GRADY A. LAYTON . . . 


Timmonsville, 


s. c. 


DAVID L. LEE .... 


Sumter, 


s. c. 


DARLENE F. LEONARD . 


Sumter, 


s. c. 


BUDDY N. LESTER . . . 


. Pinewood, 


s. c. 


WILLIAM D. LUCAS . . 


. . Sumter, 


s. c. 


JASON M. LUNCH, JR. . 


Lynchburg, 


s. c. 


LUTHER H. McAllister 


. - Pinewood. 


s. c. 


VANDER S. McCORMIE . 


Sumter, 


s. c. 


TERRY N. McCOY . . . 


Oswego, 


s. c. 



RONALD McDANIEL .... Sumter, S. C. 
ROGER W. McELVEEN .... Cades, S. C. 
WILLIAM A. McELVEEN . . Turbeville, S. C. 
WILLIE M. McKAY .... Florence, S. C. 
MARION G. McLEOD .... Sumter, S. C. 
LARRY D. MATEER Sumter, S. C. 

FRANK L. MATTHEWS . . . Sumter, S. C. 
WILLIAM P. MAYRANT . . . Sumter, S. C. 

PAUL MICKENS Sumter, S. C. 

DANNY O. MILES Coward, S. C. 

STEVEN C. MOORE . . . Darlington, S. C. 
WILLIAM K. MOTTIS .... Sumter, S. C. 



CARL R. MOLLOHAN .... Sumter, S. C. 
JAMES A. NEWMAN .... Sumter, S. C. 

JOHN W. PARKER Sumter, S. C. 

STEPHEN L. POLK . . . Shaw AFB, S. C. 

WENDEL P. POTTS Sumter, S. C. 

JIMMIE M. PRICE .... Bishopville, S. C. 

RICHARD S. PROCTOR, JR. . . Sumter, S. C. 

HENRY G. RAGIN Sumter, S. C. 

TINA E. RAMSEY .... Wcdgeficid, S. C. 
WILLIAM E. REARDON . . . Sumter, S. C. 
DWIGHT D. REDICK . . . Bishopville, S. C. 
HUGH E. REDICK .... Bishopville, S. C. 



ROBERT J. REYNOLDS . 
MARY V. RIDGILL . . . 
LINDA F. ROMINGER . . 
JAMES L. ROSS .... 
RICHARD J. SCHLESSER 
MARILYN L. SEARIGHT . 



HEYWOOD 0. SHIRER 
BARRY B. SIMMONS . 
JACKIE SKINNER . . 
ROBERT E. SKINNER . 
GAYLE D. SMITH . . 
PATTY J. SMRCKA . . 



Sumter, S. C. 
Sumter, S. C. 
Sumter, S. C. 
lembert, S. C. 
Sumter, S. C. 
Sumter, S. C. 



Sumter, S. C. 

Sumter, S. C. 
Bishopville, S. C. 

Sumter, S. C. 
Shaw AFB. S. C. 

Sumter, S. C. 





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SUMTER EXTENSION 




CHARLES F. SOWELL . . . Camden, S. C. 
CHARLES T. STEWART . . Columbia, S. C. 

PAUL J. STONE Manning, S. C. 

TERRY R. THOMAS . . . Darlington, S. C. 
RAY E. THOMPSON .... Sumter, S. C. 
DAVID A. THOMY Sumter, S. C. 

MARK A. TOWERY Sumter, S. C. 

WINFIELD F. TURNER . . . Sumter, S. C. 
MARGARET A. WARMOTH . . Sumter, S. C. 

MACK M. WARREN Sumter, S. C. 

LUNDEES T. WASHINGTON Sumter, S. C. 

ERNEST W. WEAVER, JR. . Lake City, S. C. 

SIDNEY WEBSTER Sumter, S. C. 

HOWARD E. WHITEHEAD . Bishopville. S. C. 
ROBERT S. WILSON .... Sumter, S. C. 
DAVID M. WINKLES .... Oswego, S. C. 

CHEVES S. WRAY Dalzell, S. C. 

CYNTHIA T. YOCNG .... Sumter, S. C. 














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Clemson Service 
Station 



THE 

FASHION 

CORNER 

ANDERSON, S. C. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



LOCKWOOD 

GREENE 

ENGINEERS 

INC. 



INTERSTATE HIGHWAY 85 



SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA 



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COKERS 

PCDICREED 

SEED 

. BLOOD i 



The Heart Of The Crop 
Is The Seed . . . 

The Heart Of The Seed 
Is The Breeder 



Confidence in the integrity and breeding methods of the breeder whose seed you plant is an 
essential element In successful farming . . . More than 50 years of breeding experience 
combine with the outstanding performance of Coker varieties to merit folly the confidence of 
Southern farmers in the purity and quality of Coker's Pedigreed Seed and in the superior 
methods of Coker's breeding staff . . . The Red Heart trade mark on every bag of Coker's 
Pedigreed Seed is your assurance of pure, high quality seed developed by breeders who stake 
their reputation upon the integrity of their breeding methods. 



COKER'S PEDIGREED SEED CO. 

The South's Foremost Seed Breeders 
HARTSVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA 



BEST WISHES TO TAPS 

AND THE CLEMSON STUDENT 

BODY 



GERRISH MILUKEN 
MILL 

Pendleton, S. C. 
Manufacturers of Fine Syntfietic Fabrics 




SINCE 1940 



WFIG AND WFIG-FM 

1290 Kc. 101.3 Mg. 



SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA 



Radio Network 



C 
B 



"Sumter s only fulltime 

Country and Western Station" 

"World's Finest in Great Fidelity Music 



605 



^ke Aouce ^^nne ^hop 



Featuring the Villager 



PRUITT SHOPPING CENTER 



ANDERSON, S. C. 29621 




HARPER'S 



FIVE & TEN CENT 



StoneA 



HOME OFFICE IN SENECA, S. C. 

Serving You In Clemson and Surrounding Areas 



ROBERT ROLIINS BLAZERS, INC. 

242 Park Avenue South 
New York, New York 10003 



Designers and Manufacturers of the 
Clemson University Blazer 




rampUB aljnji 



anderson 




The textile industry is an exciting and dynamic as tomorrow 
and we think Woodside Mills reflects this excitement, this tone 
of progress — of looking toward tomorrow while efficiently work- 
ing today. We are indeed proud of our textile history and we 
are confident of the future. 

Job satisfaction, security and prosperity are realities at 
Woodside. Why not discuss your future with us? 



WOODSIDE MILLS 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE BUILDING 

260 South Pleasantburg Drive 

Greenville, S. C. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
GRADUATES 




is the key 
to your future! 



We're proud of your achievements. You have 
passed the first milestone and a glittering 
world of promise awaits those who will 
reach for it. 

Get just as much education as you can. And 
in the days that lie ahead, please accept our 
best wishes for your success and happiness. 

HOME FEDERAL 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 




DAIRY PRODUCTS 



"Better 
than they 
have to be" 




If IT'S in Fashion it's at the Capitol 



Beautiful New 

THE CapltoC 



Sumter's Finest 



HARRISON 

MANUFACTURING 

COMPANY 

HYDRAULIC SPECIALIST 



Columbia, S. C. 




It's commencement time! You've completed your 
formal education and you're ready to begin your 
career. Make sure the field you choose 
offers challenge and opportunity. Investigate the 
possibilities of a career in textiles... a modern, 
progressive, on-the-move industry. 

J. P. Stevens welcomes young people with drive 
and ability. Talk with Stevens about your future. 
Contact your Placement Director or write: 
Industrial Relations Department, 
J. P. Stevens & Co., Inc., The Daniel Building, 
Greenville, S.C. 29601. 



J. R Stevens & Co., inc. 

Sim ^iSwA' (iMidem sAneticai iS&iee 1813 



YOUR DOLLAR 
BUYS MORE 



STEHEDCO 




Stehedco Quality Shuttles stretch your 
dollar. They are carefully designed and 
manufactured to give you: 

Maximum Efficiency 
Top Quality Fabrics 
Longer Life Expectancy 

Stehedco Sales Engineers are fully 
qualified to assist you in getting the 
best shuttle for your requirements. They 
are backed up by an experienced staff of 
design engineers and manufacturing 
personnel. Your shuttle dollars will buy 
more from Stehedco. 



STEEL HEDDLE MFG. CO. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19132 GREENVILLE, S.C. 29602 

Other Plants and Offices: Granby, Quebec, Canada 
— Lawrence, Mass. — Greensboro, N. C. — Atlanta, 
Georgia — Textile Supply Co., Dallas, Texas. 
Mfr. and Importer of Textile Loom Harness Accessories. 

S-6707 




SPARTANBURG CONCRETE CO., INC. 

OR 
GREENVILLE CONCRETE CO.JNC. 



• PRESTRESSEO BEAMS 

• CONCRETE PrPE 

• CONCRETE BLOCKS 

• PRE-MIXED CONCRETE 

• CRANE RENTALS — op to 50 
ton capacity-170 ft. of boom 



J. B. LACHER 



MANUFACTURING 
JEWELER 



23 COLLEGE ST. 
GREENVILLE, S. C. 



TROY H. CRIBB & SONS 

INCORPORATED 
SPARTANBURG, S. C. 




Mack's 

VARIETY and FASHIONS 
Clemson Shopping Center 



Oik HOUR 



nwrnFT 



ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 



Clemson Shopping Center 



U.S. 76 By-Pass 



Clemson, S. C. 



Phone 654-3616 



if it's new, it's at 




Downtown «» Richland Mall 

Columbia's leading specialty store of 
fashions for women and children 



FORT HILL 

3eauty 
Saion 

COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE 

- Open Evenings hi/ Appointment - 



• MANICURES 

• cuniNG 

• PERMANENT WAVES 

• WIG SALES & 
STYLING 



• TINTING 

• HAIR STYLING 

• FACIALS 



MKS. FI.OKEXCE MEKKS, OWnCr 

654-2031 
COLLEGE AVE. CLEMSON, S. C. 



COINIPLIMENTS 
OF 



JAMILE J. FRANCIS 



"It's PET... 



you bet!" 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 


FORT 


A 


ROOFING AND 


RABBIT 


SHKKT 


FRIEND 


MF/rAT. 


^ 


WORKS 





SUM'l'ER, S. C. 





Compliments of 




y^^w 


C^^b s^na/U^e^- 




"W?~E^^ FORMAL WEAR FOR MEN 

^--2-^707 Harden St.* Phone 253-0461 


of Hortsville, S. C. — Since 1865 




COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 






"More than a store — An Institution" 




Serving Hartsville and 




Eastern South Carolina 




Over 100 Years 


From $40.00 

VOLKSWAGEN 
THE INTERNATIONAL CAR 


DOBSON'S 
HARDWARE 


Ask the Ones Who Own Them: 




John E. Settle, Jr. Jay Haih 
Wiley Johnson Danny Freeman 


Many Items Meeting Students' Needs: 


Richard Molten Pat Mansfield 
Charlie West Billy Bearden 


Art Supplies 


Da^d Duncan Rick Nyoahd 


Balsa Wood 


Dave Merry Wayne Beam 
Pete Moxon Jim Gheoory 


All Types of Glues 




and Cement 


GIBBES MACHINERY CO. 




Authorized Dealer 
COLUMBIA, S. C. 


Your Patronage Is Highly Appreciated 






J'. =^"^' 



^. 







larrnttB ICti. 

firablry Aopnur 

Easlry. SiDutb (Harnlina 29640 



Compliments of 

BANK 

OF 

ORANGEBURG 

Orangeburg, South Carolina 

H. CiREMBA AmICK 

President 
Member FDIC 



"Things go better with COKE' 



People you like . . .like Coke! 





lOnUD UNOCI AUTHOIITV OP THE COCa-COL* COMfANT 



Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 

Anderson, 
South Carolina 



QUALITY CLOTHING AND SPORTSWEAR 

FOR 

DISCRIMINATING GENTLEMEN 

AND 

THEIR LADIES 

College Avenue Clemson, S. C. 

Phone: 654-4196 (Clemson) 
232-3497 (Greenville) 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



IMPERIAL 

MANUFACTURING 

COMPANY 



CLEMSON, S. C. 



Compli7nents of 

SPARTAN 
AUTOMOTIVE, INC. 

Everything Automotive 
Spartaniuiiu;. South Carolina 



Cornpliments 
of 

WOMETCO 
FOOD SERVICE 




Sloan 's Men 's Store 

CLEMSON. SOUTH CAROLINA 

First in Quality — Fairest in Price 

Fastest in Service 

'A Satisfied Customer Is Our First Consideration" 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of '68 

MARION BURNSIDE 
MOTORS, INC. 

1-85 at New Cut Road 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



Come Alive! 
You're In The 

Pepsi 

Generation! 




Terry Bottling Co. 

ANDERSON, S. C. 
Under appointment Pepsi-Cola Co., N. Y. 




When you are No.1 
in your whole State 

You work harder 
and produce 
a better product 




VROP Color 
VSpectacolor 



^1 ^:\ 






7\ B 




THE 
CLEMSON THEATER 



Clemson, S. C. 




"SPECIALIST IN TRADITIONAL 
CLOTHING" 

cJLeei - l/i/naitt, Jj^nc. 

Lewis Plaza — Wade Hampton Mall 
Greenville, South Carolina 



. . . offering 
off -campus 
student 
housing 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

SOUTHERN ELECTRIC CO. 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
AND ENGINEERS 

John H. Disher, Jr. 
Established 1919 



PATTERSON REALTY CO. 



aSanaSi 



wn 



"A Vacation Within Itself" 

GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA 

Restaurant - Pool - TV in All Roonns 

For Reservations Phone 23.5-8531 

Operated by 
CABANA IXN OF GREENVILLE, INC. 



IN 

COLUMBIA 

IT'S 



McGregor's 
Drugs 

Your area supplier for 
Stein Theatrical Make-up 

- Complete Supplies - 

1308 MAIN ST. 



LAWRENCE & BROWNLEE 



Southern Insurance Specialists 



Your Independent Insurance Agent 

Since 1912 



Anderson, S. C. 



THE UNIVERSITY APARTMENTS 

COMPLIMENTS 

OF ^ 

GLENDELL BUILDERS, INC 

BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1966 



FROM THE PUBLISHERS OF 



Elft (^mnxtxllt N^tua 

THE LEADING NEWSPAPER OF SOUTH CAROLINA 

GREENVILLE PIEDMONT 



TODAY'S NEWS TODAY 



KAY'S 
SHOP 

FINE CLOTHES 
CLEMSON, S. C. 



DEVOE PAINTS AND VARNISHES 




Distributed by 

SULLIVAN HARDWARE COMPANY 

206-08 S. Main St. 
ANDERSON, S. C. 

Serving this section since 1885 



A strong 
right 
arm for 
progress 
in our 
state 




RUSCON CONSTRUCTION CO 



149 EAST BAY STREET, CHARLESTON, S.C. 




%eLon Wotozd, One. 

Telephone 256-0575 

I 101 Harden Street P. O. Box 5478 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 29205 



Mercury • Montego • Continental 
and the All New Cougar 



Gallant - 

Belks 

of Anderson 



FOR MEN 

Crlckateer 

John Cris+Y 

Botany 

Asher 

Arrow 

McGregor 

Crelghton 

H.I.S. 

Farah 

Corbin 

London Fog 



FOR WOMEN 

Catalina 
Wippette 
Sportempos 
Robbie Rivers 
Junior House 
Russ Togs 
Country Cousin 
Bobble Brooks 
Lady Bird 
Ship'n Shore 
London Fog 



AND MANY MANY OTHERS 



Brown's Cycle Shop 

Phone "24-HONDA" 

2019 WADE HAMPTON BLVD. 

GREENVILLE, S. C. 

TRIUMPH - HONDA - BULTACO 

SALES - SERVICE - PARTS - ACCESSORIES 

BELL HELMETS 



Herman W. Brown, Owner 
Ronnie Powell, Manager 




Clemson Shoe Service 



SJwes 
For Men 



Shoes 

For Women 



Bob Smart Maxus 

Jarman Trampeze 

Tom McAn Miss Wonderful 

also 

FOR THE FINEST 
SHOE REPAIR 

Clemson 
South Carolina 




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p. O. BOX 457 PHONE 332-641 

GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA 

Greenville's Leading Department Store 
Since 1913 



Invest in Your 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

to Co7itinue 
CLEMSON'S PROGRESS 

CHARLESTON OIL CO. 

Charleston, S. C. 
A Clemson Company Since 1909 



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Coastal Life Has All Forms of 
Life and Hospital Insurance 

See Yellow Pages 



Jerry Bailey 
Mildred Reedy 
Jim Edens 
Joe Edens 



Phone 654-3098 




In Columbia 

Congratulatio7is to the 
Class of '68 

Belle's invites you to shop with confidence for the new and 
traditional ... in departments created for today's young 
people. 

Belk's Department Store 

1501 Main Street 

Columbia, South Carolina 



Jvum 

<jtammjona 

Shop 



EASLEY, S. C. 



JULIAN REESE 

Heating & Air Conditioning 

HEATING • AIR-CONDITIONING 
REFRIGERATION 






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PHONE 583-0975 
NIGHT 583-1134 

(Area Code 803) 

717 REIDVILLE ROAD 
SPARTANBURG, S. C. 29301 



what 
does 



Among ihe most expensive things in a person's liie 
is a good education which, today, is within reach of all 
mainly because of the tax struchue of our free enter- 
prise system. That's why SCEGCO is proud to have 
paid 17.5 million dollars in taxes last year alone. As 
long as our form of govenmient exists, we will con- 
tinue to have the best in educational facilities. It 
costs a lot to grow a man — But it's worth it. 



it cost 
to 

grow a 
man? 




SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTRIC & GAS CO. 



Serving Clemson Students and Faculty 
Since 1950 



CLEMSON'S 


FINEST 


GIFT SELECTION 


Silver 


China Crystal 


Gorham 


Lenox Lenox 


Reed and Barton 


Royal Worcester Tiffin 


Towie 


Oxford Fostoria 


International 


Spode Fine Handcut 


Wallace 


Innported Crystal 



DIAMONDS • WATCHES 
JEWELRY 

Watch and Jewelry Repair Service 
Fraternity Jewelry and Emblems 

CLEMSON JEWELERS 

"The Country Gentlemen's Jeweler" 

654-5151 
102 College Ave. R. H. Snoddy, Owner 



Compliments 

to the 
Class of 1968 



College Defender 

Division of American 
Defender Life Insurance Co. 



College Avenue 
Clemson, S. C. 



SERVING TEXTILES... 



THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF DYESTUFFS, PIGMENTS AND INTERMEDIATES 



hlackman uhler chemical company 

SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA 

A DIVISION OF BLACKMAN UHLER INDUSTRIES, INC. 





REX O'STEEN 
CHEVROLET 



Rex O'Steen 

(President) 

Greenville, S. C. 



v\.y\Q:\ dillG5piG 

Photographers of the '67 TAPS Beauties 

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+ + + 



Telephone 288-1671 

2227 Au^sta Street 
Greenville South Carolina 



For 48 Years A Name You Can Trust 



fS MARION BURNSIDE fg 



Chrysler 



Plymouth 



CAROLINA'S NO. I VOLUME DEALER 

Full line Chrysler Imports and Fiat 
Also, International Harvester Trucks 



With Four Locations Where Service and Courtesy h/leet: 



MARION BURNSIDE 
MOTORS, INC 

1-85 at New Cut Road 
SPARTANBURG, S. C. 



MARION BURNSIDE 
GREENWOOD, INC. 

Main Street 
GREENWOOD, S. C. 



MARION BURNSIDE 
CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH 

Columbia Highway 
SUMTER, S. C. 



MARION BURNSIDE 

7201 Sumter Highway 
COLUMBIA, S. C. 





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PLANTS: i 




Biscoe, N. C. 1 


^■^' ' Wk ' 


Chester. S. C. 1 


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Fort Lawn. S. C. W'^^'^L ^ *» ^^ 
Fort Mill, S. C. <0"BV-TT'-r'^>k"* 


Grace, S. C. i 


r »;«f'-.L.ls 


Kershaw, S. C. \ 


Ni''yi« 


Lancaster. S. C. ' 


Laurel Hill, N. C. 


2^i^"^#' 


Laurinburg. N. C. 




McCoU, S. C. 


aj^Hj^- 


Maxton, N. C. 


""* BHF''^ 


Wagram, N. C. 
York, S. C. 


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SALES OFFICES: 
Atlanta. Ga. 


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Boston. Mass. 


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Charlotte. N. C. 




Chicago, lU. 


»-> KOVBT. 


Cleveland, Ohio 


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Dallas. Texas 


Detroit. Mich. ^ 




Indianapolis, Ind. [ 




rv 


Laurel. Md. 




£ 


Laurinburg, N. C. 




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Los Angeles. Calif. L 




Memphis, Tenn. 1 






Miami, Fla. f 




V jk 


Minneapolis. Minn. 






Montreal, Canada 






Nashville, Tenn. 




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New York City k 






Philadelphia, Pa. 






Pittsburgh, Pa. 


- -* fl^^^^^^^^^n 


Rochester, N. Y. 




San Francisco. Calif. 


^ P^^^l 


SeatUe, Wash. 




St. Louis, Mo. 1 


WtKtE^F^sS^t^^^ 


Tulsa. Okla. 1 




Worthington. Ohio 1 




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The Man Behind the Machine Works for Springs... 



So do 18.000 other people. 

In 19 plants and 25 sales offices. 

And then there's the Computer Center. 
And the administrative offices. The Fabric 
Design Department. The Elngineering Depart- 
ment. The Foundry. And the Machine Shop. 

To say nothing of the Corporate Develop- 
ment Division The research labs. The Execu- 
tive Offices. The production and sales divisions. 
And things like that. 



The man behind the machine (the one 
in the picture) is working on the control panel 
of a new cloth bleaching range. 

Complicated? Sometimes. Challenging, too. 

But interesting. Because' things are hap- 
pening in textiles. New plants. New Machinery. 
New processes. New finishes. New products. 
New end uses. 

Textiles. Where the action is. 

Ask the man from S.PJI.IJI.G.S. 



Springs Mills, Inc. 

Executive Offices, Fort Mill, South Carolina 



,:^*\MAi,,A 




V. p. RISER 
LUMBER CO. 

BOWJNIAN, S. C. 



Specializing in 

Southern Yellow Pine Delivered 

Throughout South Carolina 



COMMODITY 



ENGINEERING COMPANY 



• METAL BUILDING PRODUCTS 

• STRUCTURAL & REINFORCING 
STEEL 

• MISCELLANEOUS & ORNAMENTAL 
IRON 



TELEPHONE ALpine 2-9393 

900 WHALEY STREET 

P. O. Box 94 

COLUMBIA, S. C. 



BEST WISHES TO TAPS 

AND THE CLEMSON STUDENT 

BODY 



GERRISH MILLIKEN 
MILL 

Pendleton, S. C. 
Manufacturers of Pine Syntlietic Fabrics 




Jacobs Mfg. Co. 

Industrial Chucks 

Clemson, S. C. 



CASPAR -WARE 



PHOTOGRAPHERS. INC. 



876 W. PEACHTREE, N. W. 



ATLANTA 9. GA. 30309 



OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 



OF THE 



TAPS 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1968! 



Masers, lasers, lift-offs, gantries ... all are familiar 
words these days. They are words our grandparents 
never knew. 

But the strongest, most unchanging words in America 
have always been about people . . . what they believe, 
how they live. 

When you look into this annual in later years, we hope 
the best words will still be those our ancestors knew so 
well . . . FAITH, COURAGE, AMBITION, UNITY, LOVE, 
HONOR and PATRIOTISM! 




SONOCO 



Sonoco Products Company, Hartsville, South Carolina 



He's there- the man from SCN 



Ask him about 

Two for you at SCN--- 

• FREE CHECKING 

With $100 minimum balance 

-- Convenient 

-- Safe 

-- Permanent receipts 

• 4% ON SAVINGS 

paid from 1st of any 
month on savings 
deposited by 10th 

Interest compounded semi-annually 

$15,000 insurance by Federal Deposit Insurance 
Corporation 

Just two of the complete banking 
services at SCN! 





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SOUTH CAROLINA NATIONAL 




Feed Bag 

SHORT ORDERS and FOUNTAIN 

Downtown Clemson 



W.W. BRITTAIN 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 



GENERAL CONTRACTOR 



SPARTANBURG, S. C. 



Compliments 
of 



EASLEY LUMBER COMPANY 




PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Left to Right: 
Bill Ellis 
Al Jolly 
Don McCrary 
Chip Nusbickel 

CONTRIBUTORS 



PHOTOGRAPHIC 

Ken Ayers 
Clark Rodgers 
Art Lidsky 
Robert Caricato 
Mark Hasslinger 
Paul Levine 
Langston Boyles 
Alan Campbell 
David Little John 
Manley Harbin 
Han Chon Lee 
Toe Todd 



GRAPHIC 
Lynn Bethea 
Art Lidsky 
Robert Anderson 
Pete Snyder 
Cathy McNeight 
Tim McNeight 
Don Terry 
Darra Williams 
Dianna Railton 
Joe Young 



The 1968 TAPS staff expresses its deepest 
appreciation to Dean Walter T. Cox, Mrs. Sybil 
R. Albert, Dean George E. Coakley, Joe Sherman, 
E. T. O'Cain, Gaspar-Ware, H. Neil Gillespie, 
and to the many others who have given of their 
time and interest to TAPS. Special thanks is 
given to the students of Clemson, without whose 
cooperation this book would not be possible. 



635 
I 



STUDENT ROSTER 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Abbott, Andrew A. 


264 


Alexander, Terry K. 


245 


Arnold, Deborah M. 


520 


Baker, Marvin R. 


546 


Batson, Wm Everett 


497 


520 




464 




Arnold, Frank H., Ill 


277 


Baker, Paul F. 


496 


Batten, Daniel M., Ill 


520 


Abbott, Arthur McF. 


264 


Alford, John A. 


164 


496 




Baker, Steven W. 


496 


Batten, Wise H. 


480 


520 




496 




Arrington, Charles H. 


496 


Baker, William C. 




Baucom, James B. 


520 


Abbott, John J. 


150 


Alford, John M. 




Arrington, Dennis E. 


546 


Baldwin, Carroll O. 


454 


Baucom, Kay J. 


547 


151,496 




Alfred, Gary R. 


224 


Arthur, Gary J. 


105 


Baldwin, Fred K. 


496 


Bauer, Jonathan L. 


497 


Abel, John R. 


546 


304, 496 




496 




Baldwin, Johnny E. 


266 


Baughman, George F. 


262 


Abercrombie, James H. 


440 


Alfred, James C. 


546 


Ashford, Dorothy M. 


496 


464 




497 




Abercrombie, Wm L., Jr. 


496 


Allee, Marshall C. 




Ashley, John Randal 


170 


Baldwin, William P. 




Baumann, Wilbur N. 


547 


Abernathy, Benjamin E. 


276 


Allen, Charles D. 


546 


520 




Balentine, Richard S. 


546 


Baxley, Leslie R. 


228 


520 




Allen, Carl M. 


496 


Ashley, Kenneth K. 


546 


Ball, Nancy D. 


309 


245, 520 




Abernathy, Larry W. 


496 


Allen, Danny E. 


218 


Ashley, Virginia D. 


546 


520 




Bayerl, Joseph R. 


547 


Abernathy, Wm Leslie 


272 


242 




Ashmore, Melinda J. 


546 


Ballard, Clyde R., Jr. 


546 


Baylor, Steward L. 


520 


520 




Allen, Doris T. 


520 


Ashmore, Richard J. 




Ballard, Elizabeth L. 


546 


Bayne, Harold D. 


547 


Abernethy, Louis L. 


496 


Allen, Eldon E. 


272 


Ashy, Peter J. 




Ballard, Rebecca 


147 


Bazemore, Paul R., Jr. 


218 


Abernethy, Russell H. 


276 


546 




Askew, Scott S. 


496 


309, 496 




520 




480 




Allen, Franklyn C. 


274 


Askins, Dan G., Jr. 


496 


Ballard, William B. 


260 


Beach, Harris L., Jr, 


269 


Abrahams, Richard W. 


546 


496 




Askins, Harry R., Jr. 


496 


418 




280, 497 




Abrams, Albert W. 


496 


Allen, John R. 


546 


Askins, Paul W. 


218 


Ballas, Catherine M. 


280 


Beauch, Judith E. 




Abrams, Edgar B. 1 


496 


Allen, James T. 


266 


520 




496 




Beachy, Robert W. 


520 


Abrams, James H., Jr. 


105 


430 




Aston, Lewis E. 


209 


Ballenger, David M. 


182 


Beam, Charles P. 


497 


464 




Allen, Jerry W. 


520 


464 




242, 496 




Beam, Herbert W. 


228 


Abrams, Jeffrey R. 


228 


Allen, William H. 




Atkins, Martha C. 


456 


Ballenger, David T. 


225 


230, 497 




230, 232, 496 




Alley, Nancy S. 


310 


Atkinson, Larry N. 


274 


464 




Beam, Theodore D. 


248 


Accomando, Brunello 


496 


496 




520 




Ballenger, Richard C. 


250 


464 




Acker, James D. 




Allgood, Barnett A. 


520 


Atkinson, Rebecca E. 


546 


520 




Beaman, Wallace D. 


497 


Acker, Mary Helen B. 




Allgood, Thomas W, 


546 


Atkinson, Wayne H. 


266 


Ballentine, George C. 


546 


Bean, John F. 




Acker, Thomas W. 


261 


Allison, Donald B., Jr. 


546 


520 




Ballington, Don A. 


217 


Bean, Thomas A. 


547 


520 




Allman, George N., Jr. 


496 


Aughtry, Barry K. 


480 


255,418 




Bearden, William 0. 


480 


Ackerman, Philip D. 


496 


Alston, Rowland P., Jr. 


520 


Ausburn, Charles E. 


496 


Ballington, James R. 




Beasley, Robert J. 


547 


Ackley, Brainard L. 
Acquaviva, James P. 
Adair, Miles M. 


546 


Altman, Charles D. 




Ausburn, Miriam B. 




Bandy, Joseph W. 




Beatson, Ronald B. 


254 


546 


Altman, James C. 


520 


Austin, Robert A. 


546 


Banke, Kay Ellen 


546 


418 




520 


Altman, Mary L. 




Avant, Joseph L. 


227 


Banks, Charles McH. 


520 


Beattie, Wm Calvin 


547 


Adamo, Jeffrey W. 


546 


Altman, Stephen L. 


546 


230, 440 




Bannister, Georgia T. 




Beauchene, William B. 


430 


Adams, Ernest L. 


520 


Alverson, Barbara A. 


230 


Avinger, Harry C. 


266 


Bantz, Michael K. 


464 


Beaudoin, Donald P. 


521 


Adams, Elizabeth R. 


546 


440 




496 




Barbary, James E. 


232 


Beauvais, Richard L. 




Adams, George F. 




Alverson, David R. 


226 


Avinger, John O. 


224 


440 




Beck, Don R. 




Adams, Harry P. 


225 


496 




496 




Barber, Wade H. 




Beck, Joseph J. 


440 


242, 496 




Alverson, James L, Jr. 


520 


Axson, William A. 


264 


Barbery, Stephen L. 


276 


Beck, Ronald F. 


430 


Adams, Ira Lee, Jr. 


546 


Alverson, William G. 


520 


440 




496 




Beckham, Wm Perry, III 


497 


Adams, Johnny A. 


546 


Ambrose, Robert E. 


454 


Ayer, Frederick C, III 




Bardsley, Charles E. 


228 


Bedard, Paul D. 


497 


Adams, James M. 


520 


Amerson, Grady M. 




Ayer, George E. 




266, 520 




Bedell, James F., Jr. 


521 


Adams, John N. 


243 


Amick, Harold C. 


245 


Ayers, Aubrey D. 


520 


Bardwell, Donald M. 




Beeson, John W. 


464 


254 




520 




Ayers, Bobbie F., Jr. 


264 


Barf ield, Donald J. 


418 


Begg, William B. 


464 


Adams, John Q., Ill 




Amick, Jane H. 


154 


520 




Barfield, Johnny W. 


258 


Behling, Robert M. 


280 


Adams, Mary J. 




440 




Ayers, Glenn W. 


440 


418 




547 




Adams, Robert B. 


546 


Amick, Timothy J. 


520 


Ayers, Kenneth R. 


161 


Barfield, Sammy M., Jr. 


497 


Behrens, William A. 


497 


Addis, Brenda G. 


147 


Ammons, William R. 


105 


Ayers, Roderick G., Jr. 


218 


Barker, Byron H. 


520 


Belcher, Earl L., Jr. 


266 


278, 310, 440 




232, 496 




496 




Barker, Deborah L. 


546 


464 




Addis, Clarence E. 


546 


Amos, Paul D. 


496 


Ayers, Robert W. 


496 


Barker, Donna M. 


497 


Belk, Helen McC. 


310 


Addis, Ronald P. 


496 


Anderson, Alan J. 


520 


Ayoob, Joseph R. 




Barker, Harry G. 


418 


521 




Addison, Donald A. 




Anderson, Carroll S. 


520 


Ayudhya, Phatphongs S. 




Barker, James F. 


182 


Belk, Jack D. 


454 


Addison, James C, Jr. 


263 


Anderson, Edwin L. 








497 




Belken, Richard J. 


464 


496 




Anderson, George A., Jr. 


304 


Babb, Harley G., Ill 


105 


Barker, Mary N. 


227 


Belknap, Gregg A. 


497 


Addison, James W. 


105 


546 




520 




497 




Belknap, Joseph J. 


547 


157, 221, 230, 232. 480 


Anderson, Gary H. 


224 


Babb, Judith A. 


546 


Barker, Robert E. 


520 


Bell, Cecil W. 


480 


Addy, Gene W. 
Addy, Wayne F. 


520 


480 




Babb, Julius W., Ill 


440 


Barker, William A., Jr. 


228 


Bell, David J. 


497 


245 


Anderson, G. W., Jr. 


546 


Babb, Mary F. 




266, 464 




Bell, David M. 


497 


496 




Anderson, Harry R., Jr. 




Bach, Durwood E. 


546 


Barnes, William J. 




Bell, Dwayne M. 


547 


Adkins, Henry G., Jr. 
Adkins, William R. 




Anderson, John E. 




Baer, Neil R. 


464 


Barnett, John L. 


497 


Bell, George F., Jr. 


464 


232 


Anderson, John Law 


520 


Bagnal, Henry T. 


546 


Barnette, James E. 


546 


Bell, George W. 


497 


276, 480 




Anderson, Leiand E., Jr. 


440 


Bagnal, Martha G. 




Barnette, Ronald P. 


546 


Bell, Hal R. 


547 


Affleck, Jack H. 


546 


Anderson, Philip L. 




Bagnal, Richard L. 


546 


Barnette, William H. 


464 


Bell, Jeffrey W. 


497 


Agnew, Wm Gibson, Jr. 
Ahmed, Riaz 


546 


Anderson, Robert B., Jr. 


430 


Bagwell, Thomas N. 




Barnwell, Thomas 0., Jr 


250 


Bell, Jon Wm 


271 




Anderson, RansomeWms 


520 


Bailes, Gordon L, Jr. 


227 


497 




547 




Aines, Robert Wm 




Anderson, Terry K. 


241 


228, 230, 440 




Barnwell, William M. 


546 


Bell, Richard C. 


440 


Ainsworth, Robert D. 


520 


278 




Bailes, Julia M. 


546 


Barr, Timmy ONeal 


546 


Bell, Randy L. 


105 


Akkas, Nuri 




Anderson, Thomas P. 


273 


Bailey, Edwm F. 


496 


Barrett, Kenneth M. 


497 


497 




Albea, Bruce B. 


496 


280, 520 




Bailey, Edward L, Jr. 


210 


Barrier, Martin J. 




Bell, Robert L. 


105 


Albea, Mary Jane 
Albers, Richard A. 


520 


Anderson, William D. 


440 


480 




Battles, David M. 


418 


521 




464 


Andis, Vernon W. 


496 


Bailey, John D. 


546 


Battles, Jane E. 


546 


Bell, Samuel R. 


497 


Albrecht, Eloise J. 


170 


Andrepont, John W. 




Bailey, Robert E. 


520 


Bartley, Benny D. 


520 


Bell, Thomas E., Ill 


418 


546 




Andreve, George J. 


430 


Bailey, Terry L. 


496 


Barton, George E., Ill 


497 


Bell, Thomas M. 


547 


Aldebol, Anthony W. 


210 


Andrews, Jean B.a 


546 


Baird, David P. 


243 


Baskin, David L. 


497 


Bell, Wm Garland 


547 


440 




Andrews, Robert J. 


546 


520 




Baskin, Ruby H. 




Bellamy, Glenn L. 


521 


Aldridge, Marion D. 
151, 152, 496 


149, 


Angelakos, Pete W. 


480 


Bakalian, Mihran G. 


520 


Baskin, Thomas C, Jr. 


520 


Bellamy, Oscar H., Ill 


521 




Angle, Stanley B., Jr. 


496 


Baker, Beverly F, 


150 


Bass, Arthur T. 


520 


Bellflower, Richard H. 


271 


Alewine Furman H. 


418 


Anton, Michael D. 


546 


151, 546 




Bass, John A. 


218 


497 




Alexander, Fred M., Jr. 


496 


Anzen, Bjorn Arne 1. 


496 


Baker, Charles D., Jr. 


520 


418 




Belle, Isle John W. 


269 


Alexander, George D. 




Alpert, Calvert C. 




Baker, Clay E., Jr. 




Bass, James H. 


546 


497 




Alexander, Gene R. 


520 


Arant, Thomas M. 


454 


Baker, Elisha R. 
520 


269 


Bass, Samuel D. 


520 


Bello, Norman E. 


430 


Alexander, John F., Jr. 




Argo, Brenda G. 


496 




Bates, Annie J. 




Belouin, Walter P. 


547 


Alexander, John M. 


546 


Arledge, Sandy Lee 


150 


Baker, Geoffrey B. 
496 


384 


Bates, Joseph M., Jr. 


239 


Belser, Gretchen H. 


274 


Alexander, Kevin M. 


546 


152,546 






418 




497 




Alexander, Laura S. 


520 


Armacost, Edwin R. 


546 


Baker, George F. 


454 


Batson, Carrie R. 




Belser, Thomas H., Jr. 


547 


Alexander, Milton D. 


151 


Armistead, Douglas P. 


546 


Baker, John A. 


266 


Batson, Donald H. 




Bendt, Wm Larry 


547 


152, 520 




Armstrong, William H. 


454 


418 




Batson, Peggy M. 


546 


Benedict, George W. 


232 


Alexander, Oscar A. 


286 


Armstrong, William S. 


496 


Baker, John L. 




Batson, Paul 0. 


546 


Benjamin, Edgar L., Jr. 


547 


480 




Arnold, David C. 


496 


Baker, James R. 


464 


Batson, Wm Earle 
520 


245 


Benjamin, Ronnie S. 


497 



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PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Bennett, Anthony L. 


547 


Bennett, David Jon 




Bennett, Judith Ann 


521 


Bennett, James R. 




Bennett, Richard J. 


242 


521 




Bense, Joel E. 


158 


440 




Bentley, William G. 


480 


Benz, Gregory P. 




Bergren, Scott C. 


521 


Berkland, Richard D. 


149 


152, 187, 245, 44C 


) 


Berkovich, Charles A. 


497 


Berman, Robert E. 


430 


Bernabiti, Peter J. 




Bernat, William C. 


245 


464 




Berry, Jerald E. 


521 


Berry, Ronald P. 


266 


547 




Bessent, Carl T. 


497 


Bessent, Mary E. 


547 


Best, Stephen H. 




Bethea, Andrew D. 


547 


Bethea, Lynda H. 


497 


Bethea, Thomas C, Jr. 


521 


Betsill, William L., Jr. 


228 


264, 521 




Bettis, John R., Jr. 


480 


Beverly, Wilbert 


547 


Beyer, Georgia R. 


521 


Bickett, Glenn A., Jr. 


497 


Bicksler, Frederick C. 


304 


430 




Biechlin, Thomas E. 


278 


497 




Biediger, William C. 




Bierley, Winfred B., Jr. 


497 


Biezenski, Romana A. 




Biggerstaff, Edward D. 


189 


227, 264, 440 




Binford, Robert F., Jr. 


250 


464 




Binkley, Patrick E. 


521 


Binnicker, C. Deryl 


547 


Bischoff, Charles F. 




Bishop, Asa 0., Jr. 




Bishop, Frank M., Jr. 




Bishop, Holmes P. 


418 


Bishop, John J. 


521 


Bishop, Michael G. 


521 


Bishop, Ralph J. 


440 


Bishop, Samuel H. 


454 


Bishop, Thomas C. 


418 


Bishop, Thomas P. 




Bishop, William E., Jr. 


497 


Bishop, Wayne H. 


280 


521 




Bishop, Wayman R., Ill 


465 


Bisker, Robert S. 


547 


Bissey Diana K. 


147 


309, 521 




Black, Christopher A. 


547 


Black, Calvin D. 


547 


Black, Denny E. 


497 


Black, Joel A., Jr. 


218 


264, 497 




Black, James D. 


547 


Black, James K. 


521 


Black, Larry A. 


547 


Black, Richard A. 


547 


Black, Richard P. 


480 


Black, Samuel W. 


521 


Black, William E., Ill 




Blackburn, John A. 


230 


430 




Blackmon, Elizabeth A. 


547 


Blackmon, Johnny H. 


465 


Blackmon, Larry M. 


521 


Blackmon, Sarah J. 


547 


Blackmon, Terry G. 


497 


Blackwell, James D. 


547 


Blackwell, James M. 


497 


Blackwell, Robert W. 


497 


Blackwell, William R. 


497 


Blackwood, Eber J. 


497 


Blackwood, Herbert D. 




Blair, Edsel D. 


227 


264, 497 




Blair, Robert C, Jr. 


497 


Blake, Lewis D., Ill 


497 


Blake, Thomas L. 


105 


497 





Blakely, James R. 
Blakely, Lawrence W. 
Blakeney, W. C, Jr. 
Blalock, Alec D. 
Blanchard, Roy Eddie 
Bland, Frank S. 
Blanks, William J., Jr. 

497 
Blanton, Jefferson A. 
Blanton, Lloyd H. 
Blasco, Ronald L. 
Blattmachr, Douglas J. 
Bleckley, Mary N. 
Blihovde, Steven N. 

418 
Blitch, John H., Jr. 
Block, Ronald E. 
Blount, Wade B. 
Blume, Odell B. 

465 
Blume, Ronnie T. 

497 
Blumel, Nancy E. 
Boatwright, Wm Edwin 
Bobinski, Paul S. 
Bobo, Jay Craft 

276, 497 
Bockette, James C. 
Bock, Robert F., Jr. 

243, 497 
Bodie, Jerry Lane 

521 
Bodine, Ashby B. 
Bodle, Phillip C. 
Boggs, Frank M. 
Boggs, James F. 
Boiter, John Paul 
Boland, John K., Jr. 
Bolding, Keri Ann 
Bolding, Richard W. 
Bolen, Charles E. 

497 
Bolin, Edmund M. 

465 
Bolin, John Wesley 
Bolt, Joel Branham 
Bolt, Joseph D. 

521 
Bolt, John Eugene 
Bolt, Richard G. 
Bond, John A., Jr. 
Bond, John McC. 
Bonekat, Horace W. 

189, 227, 497 
Bonner, Wm Pinckney 

521 
Bonnette, Augustus K. 
Bonnette, John D. 
Bonnette, Thomas E 

257, 497 
Boone, Donald T. 

454 
Booth, Hubert J. 
Booth, J. Robert 
Boozer, George W., Ill 

480 
Boozer, Toney C. 

547 
Bopp, Charles Leslie 

250, 547 
Borders, Terry L. 
Borgheresi, Thomas H. 
Borke, Michael F. 

547 
Borke, Norbert J., Jr. 
Boroughs, Ralph Z. 
Borst, William J. 
Bost, Charles J. 
Bostic, James E., Jr. 

272, 498 
Bostick, Joseph L., Jr. 
Boswell, Linda C. 
Bott, Jeffrey J. 
Bouchillon, Randall E. 
Boudolf, Victor A., Jr. 

465 
Bouknight, Heyward H 
Bouknight, Frank M. 
Bouknight, Robert M. 
Boutros, Fouad Y. 
Bowden, George H. 
Bowen, Bernard A. 
Bowen, Elizabeth M. 



Jr. 



547 


Bowen, David E. 


547 


Brinkley, James K. 


498 


Bruorton, James A. 


548 


418 


Bowen, Dewey K. 


261 


Britt, Forrest B. 


274 


Bryan, Jim Preacher 


548 




498 




548 




Bryan, Richard C. 


465 


497 


Bowen, Dennis R. 


521 


Brittain, James M. 


276 


Bryant, David G. 


548 


521 


Bowen, James F. 


521 


430 




Bryant, Furman D. 


498 


521 


Bowen, James R. 


521 


Brittain, Wallace C. 


254 


Bryant, James 0., Jr. 




245 


Bowen, Mary M. 


454 


262, 454 




Bryant, Max V. 


227 




Bowen, Robert D. 


145 


Britton, Carol L. 


310 


264, 498 




465 


153, 154, 185,221 


, 232 


454 




Bryant, Norman K. 


498 




465 




Broach, Larry A. 


548 


Bryant, Sandra J. 


522 




Bower, Douglas R. 


256 


Broadwater, Wm Thomas 


548 


Buchanan, James R. 


498 


521 


465 




Brock, Kathy G. 




Buchanan, Michael E. 


548 




Bowers, Glenn 


521 


Brock, Pascal S. 


240 


Buchanan, Marvin R. 


522 


256 


Bowers, Guery A. 


498 


498 




Buck, James A. 


182 




Bowie, Calvin N. 


521 


Brock, Robert S. 


241 


232, 498 




547 


Bowie, Gregory M. 


547 


548 




Buckalew, Alman L. 


498 




Bowie, Patrick C. 




Brock, Thomas 0. 


480 


Buckhiester, Philip G. 


228 


547 


Bowie, Stephen A. 


498 


Brockenfelt, Gerald E. 


258 


498 




250 


Bowman, Joyce E. 


521 


498 




Buckland, Emma J. 


498 




Bowman, Joseph W., Jr. 


547 


Brockington, Wayne G. 


521 


Buckner, James L. 


498 


222 


Boyce, Jesse A. 


521 


Brockman, Wayne K. 


548 


Buckner, Martha K. 


548 




Boyce, William M. 


250 


Brooks, Donna M. 


548 


Buddin, Linda N. 


522 


547 


465 




Brooks, Henry C. 


548 


Buff, Stephen F. 




521 


Boyd, Edward A. 




Brooks, Jeffrey E. 


548 


Buffkin, James M. 




440 


Boyd, Herbert E., Jr. 


498 


Brooks, Joe T., Jr. 


480 


Bugg, Marcia Y. 


522 


224 


Boyd, Marion C, Jr. 


266 


Brooks, Linda F. 


498 


Buhrmaster, Donald H. 


548 




521 




Brooks, Nigel R. 


498 


Buie, Orvis B. 


548 


547 


Boyd, Michael 0. 


547 


Brooks, Robert A., Jr. 


498 


Bull, Byron R., Jr. 




227 


Boyles, Julian L. 


171 


Brooks, Randall E. 


418 


Bull, Elvin L. 


522 




218,498 




Brooks, Wm Walker 


548 


Bull, James H. 


522 


264 


Bozard, Dennis R. 


218 


Brookshire, John V. 


548 


Bullard, Allan T. 






480 




Broome, Robert W. 


548 


Bullard, David B. 


266 




Bozard, John T. 


217 


Broome, Gettys S. 


480 


498 




521 


498 




Broome, Wm Len 


158 


Buller, Richard E. 


522 


547 


Brabham, David R. 


521 


521 




Bullington, Deryl E. 


465 




Bracey, Robert L. 


547 


Brosnan, Denis A. 


225 


Bullock, Richard E. 


258 




Bracht, John B. 


498 


Brouse, John A., Jr. 


521 


548 




497 


Bracken, Dewey M. 


498 


Broussard, Stanley A. 




Bullock, Ronnie E. 


191 


547 


Bracken, Gloria J. 


548 


Brown, Allison E. 


304 


454 




497 


Bracken, James W. 


245 


418 




Bullwinkel, George J. 


522 


228 


498 




Brown, Albert M. 


498 


Bultman, Sam L. 


548 




Brackett, Ralph J. 


521 


Brown, Amos T., Jr. 




Bulwith, Thomas E. 


105 


266 


Brackin, Walter G., Jr. 


548 


Brown, Barbara A. 


548 


454 






Bradberry, Doris M. 


498 


Brown, Bobby L. 


418 


Bunch, Helen L. 


152 


547 


Bradley, Jimmy P. 


498 


Brown, Bruce 0. 


548 


498 




547 


Bradley, Wm Curtis 


548 


Brown, Clara E. 


548 


Burbage, Collins A. 


548 


168 


Brady, John L., Jr. 
521 


170 


Brown, Calvin H., Jr. 
245, 465 


234 


Burbick, Bruce A. 
480 


105 


521 


Braley, Rodger W. 




Brown, Carl Miller 


548 


Burch, Elmer E., Jr. 




497 


Brand, Harvey A. 


521 


Brown, Clyde P. 




Burch, Norman L., Jr. 


498 




Brandon, James H., Jr. 


226 


Brown, Donald E. 


548 


Burchstead, H. B., Jr. 


278 


521 


266, 465 




Brown, David M. 


521 


283, 440 




152 


Brandt, William F. 


242 


Brown, David Matthew 


440 


Burchstead, Palmer R. 


548 




Brandt, Walter R. 


465 


Brown, Daniel W. 


521 


Burdette, Charles A. 




264 


Brandyburg, Frederick 


498 


Brown, Eddie 


498 


Burdette, Edward K. 


203 




Branham, Herbert, Jr. 


243 


Brown, Ernest C, Jr. 


430 


480 






548 




Brown, Edward D. 


521 


Burdette, Glenn G. 


498 


547 


Brannen, Arnold A. 


548 


Brown, Furman H. 


204 


Burgess, Harvey R. 


498 


254 


Brannen, Glenn W. 


226 


465 




Burgess, Jack W. 


430 




251,465 




Brown, Frank T. 


498 


Burgess, Richard C. 


440 


238 


Brannock, Robert N. 




Brown, Gregory R. 


548 


Burgess, Richard H. 


498 




Brannon, Jerry A. 


158 


Brown, Hugh C. 


146 


Burgess, Thomas U. 


218 


241 


465 




245, 304, 498 




256, 465 






Brantley, Arthur E., Jr. 


548 


Brown, John F. 




Burgess, Warren A. 


498 


276 


Branton, John J. 


105 


Brown, James 1. 


522 


Burgner, Grady S. 


105 




418 




Brown, Jerry S. 


498 


Burley, William N., Jr. 


465 


260 


Bratcher, Harolyn F. 


548 


Brown, James W. 


522 


Burnell, David L., Jr. 


441 




Braun, Douglas Wm 


548 


Brown, Kenneth J., Jr. 


465 


Burnett, George P. 


105 


223 


Brawley, James S. 


548 


Brown, Lewis E. 


498 


498 






Bray, Randy L. 


521 


Brown, Melvin B., Jr. 


522 


Burnett, Roy P. 




547 


Brazie, Charles M. 


548 


Brown, Michael S. 


454 


Burnett, Woods W. 


465 


547 


Breazeale, Frank W. 


238 


Brown, Phillip H. 




Burnette, James P. 


522 


189 


418 




Brown, Patrick M. 


522 


Burns, Allen H. 


548 




Bredal, Roy H., Jr. 


465 


Brown, Rodger E. 


548 


Burns, Duncan K. 


548 


465 


Breedlove, Wm Norris 


548 


Brown, Roland E. 


548 


Burns, John M. 


225 




Breen, Marilyn J. 




Brown, Roland L. 


465 


242, 498 






Breland, Joyce E. 


521 


Brown, Robert Wm 


548 


Burns, Steven 0. 


548 


547 


Brennan, John A. 


228 


Brown, Susan D. 


548 


Burns, Wm Milton 


266 


241 


264, 521 




Brown, Sharon U. 




522 






Brewer, James A. 


521 


Brown, Thomas J. 


522 


Burr, William H. 


522 


547 


Brewer, Williams., Jr. 


218 


Brown, Wayne P. 


522 


Burrell, Otto C, Jr. 


522 


547 


440 




Browne, Melvin N. 


522 


263 




547 


Brewington, John J., Jr. 


176 


Brownley, Joanne R. 


548 


Burris, Ruby J. 




521 


498 




Bruce, Donald L. 


150 


Burriss, Thomas M. 


522 


266 


Bridwell, FrankK. 


498 


152,304, 498 




Burriss, Thomas M. 


480 




Bridwell, Ronald L. 


548 


Bruce, James A., Jr. 


276 


Burriss, W. Thomas 


522 


498 


Briggs, Joseph R. 


251 


498 




Burroughs, John B., Jr. 


548 


547 


465 




Bruening, J. Patrick 


522 


Burrows, Kenneth C. 




521 


Briggs, Randall A. 


548 


Bruggeman, William H. 


245 


Burton, David W. 


105 


521 


Bright, Joseph B. 


548 


498 




481 




521 


Bright, Kenneth L. 


521 


Brundage, Robert G. 


548 


Burton, James H. 


245 


521 


Bright, Stepehn D. 


498 


Bruno, Stephen S. 


498 


454 




547 


Brimer, Wayne F. 
521 


105 


Brunson, James H., Jr. 


522 


Burton, Joseph R. 


522 



NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Burton, Raymond M. 
Busch, Charles F. 
Busch, Franklin D. 
Busch, Monroe S. 

441 
Busch, William B., Jr. 

271, 454 
Bush, Edna Coker 
Bush, George J. 
Busha, Larry B. 
Busha. Ronald J. 
Butler, George A. 
Butler, Herman L. 
Butler, James Wm. 
Butler, Kenneth 
Butler, Michael E. 
Butler, Richard J. 
Butlei, Wm Rhett 

548 
Butts, James M., Jr. 
Butts, Ruth M. 
Buzhardt, Troy R. 
Byers, Harry F., Jr. 

481 
Bynum, Wm Saunders 
Byrd, James Cozby, Jr. 
Byrd, James R. 
Byrd, Lanny A. 
Byrd, Orren E., Jr. 
Byrd, Ronald E. 
Byron, Barry J. 
Byrum, William J., Jr. 

Caban, Jose R. 
Cabrera, George J. 
Cafareili, Lmda M. 
Caggiano, James V. 
Cagie, Johnny L. 

499 
Cam, Sammy R. 

522 
Caines, Wm Royce 
Caldwell, Charles W. 
Caldwell, James E., Jr. 
Caldwell, James M. 
Caldwell, Victoria G. 
Cale, Jacquelyn M. 
Calhoun, Robert A. 
Calkms, William L. 

499 
Call, Robert J., Jr. 
Callender, James M. 
Callicott, Samuel L. 
Callison, Susan E. 
Calloway, Brenda M. 
Calmes, James D. 
Calvo, Randolph S. 
Cameron, Lewis C. 
Cameron, Terry L. 
Camp, Daniel S. 
Campbell. Anne 
Campbell, Alan McK. 

499 
Campbell, David L. 

481 
Campbell, Edwin M., Jr. 
Campbell, George T. 
Campbell, Harold B. 
Campbell, John L. 
Campbell, Jos L., Ill 
Campbell, James P. 

465 
Campbell, Jerry Z. 
Campbell, Paul G., Jr. 

465 
Campbell, Sandra G. 
Campbell, William A. 
Camptield. Roy W. 
Canavaggio, Guy P. 
Candler, Harold S. 

499 
Cann, Charles D. 
Cann, William R. 
Cannon, Frank W. 
Cannon, Harold F. 
Cannon, Mayzelle S. 
Cannon, Stuart McF. 
Cantrell, Harley F. 
Cantrell, James G. 
Cantrell, Wendell G. 
Capps, Wm Thomas, Jr. 

522 
Carder, John E. 



548 Cardwell, Wm Barron 
498 266, 549 

522 Carey, Harold A., Jr. 
226 Carey, James C, Jr. 

Carey, Robert D. 
232 Caricato, Robert J., Jr. 

Caricato, Robert L. 

Carkhuff, Vincent H. 
522 Carlson, Dennis A. 
522 Carlson, Gerald I., II 
498 418 

548 Carlson, Katina G. 
548 Carlson, Paul H. 
481 Carlton, Bonnie L. 
522 Carlton, Becky S. 
548 151,310,499 

548 Carlton, Robert C, Jr. 
244 Carmichael, Marvin G. 

Carnes, Peter D. 
548 Carnes, Walter G. 
522 Carpenter, James L. 
548 Carpenter, Louis C. 
263 Carpenter, Michael F. 

Carpenter, Robert C. 
548 Carpenter, Stephen D. 

Carrington, John C. 
522 Carrington, Sharon J. 
548 Carroll, Charles E. 
498 Carroll, Joseph A. 

548 225, 242, 264, 499 
498 Carroll, James M. 

498 Carroll, Mary L. 

549 
430 Carroll, Reba L. 

498 419 

549 Carroll, Virginia E. 

499 499 

105 Carrow, Cynthia E. 

Carson, John Nevins 
105 Carson, Valerie J. 

Carson, Wm Stephen 
549 Catee, Larry D. 
549 Cartee, Nancy G. 
499 Carter, Andrew M. 
549 Carter, Cynthia H. 
549 Carter, Danny McCoy 
549 Carter, James M., Jr. 
465 Carter, Joseph P., Ill 
266 Carter, James S. 

Carter, Jack Wayne. Jr. 
549 Carter, Marion E., Ill 
549 Carter, Oscar Lee 
499 522 

549 Carter, Ray O. 
549 Carter, Ted E. 
522 Cartledge, Cherryl A. 
549 Cartledge, John B. 
549 Cartwnght, Dennis H. 
499 221,232,286 

549 Cartwnght, Dean M. 
549 Gary, Bradley D. 
171 Case, Neall Wayne 

Case, Philip Randall 
263 Casey, John Leonard 

Casey, Michael L. 
549 Casey, Patricia Jane 
549 Cash, Brenda Kaye 
549 Cashin, Donald B. 
522 Caskie, Cabot R. 

481 
245 Caskie, Sara Daly 

Cason, Louie L., Jr. 

Cassaday, Verne 
245 Cassady, Francis N. 

Cason, Norman McSwain 

Cassels, Ronald Larry 

Castre, Thomas M. 
499 Catanzaro, David P 
522 Cathey, James R. 
105 Catoe, James C, Jr. 

499 
549 Catoe, Ronnie J. 
522 499 

549 Catto, Michael Louis 
549 

Cauble, Charles E. 
522 522 

Caughman, George W., Jr 
499 Caughman, Marvin J. 

441 
245 Caulder, Michael S. 

Cauthen, John McC. 
499 280, 522 



189 


Cauthen, Ronnie Wayne 


210 


Clancy, Christopher S. 




Coker, Ronald Wayne 




522 




Clapper, William L., Jr. 


248 


Coker, Sam Reaves 


499 


Cawood, Nixon Eugene 


549 


466 




Coker, Thomas A. 


522 


Cecil, David W., II 


430 


Clark, BenT., Ill 




Colcolough, Gennia R. 


499 


Cecil, Joseph Henry 




Clark, David R. 


499 


Colcolough, Jas J., Jr. 


499 


Cely, John E. 


499 


Clark, Frances S. 


309 


Coldreck, Harry C, III 


430 


Cely, Margaret June 


522 


499 




Cole, Carl Adams 




Cely, Marvin S., Jr. 




Clark, John Lawson 


550 


Cole, Charles Jayroe 


466 


Chalmers, David N. 


549 


Clark, James Neville 


550 


523 


258 


Chamberlin, Craig L. 


274 


Clark, James S. 


550 


Cole, Stanley Parks 




549 




Clark, Michael V. 


523 


Coleman, David Luther 


499 


Chamlee, David H. 


266 


Clark, Robert Stephen 


550 


523 




522 




Clark, Sheldon Brown 


266 


Coleman, George E. 


549 


Chancellor, Wm Floyd 


522 


550 




Coleman, James Keith 


150 


Chandler, George L. 


499 


Clark, William B., Ill 


228 


Coleman, James L., Jr. 




Chandler, James Larry 


522 


230, 441 




Coleman, Ludie M., Ill 


549 


Chandler, Keith D. 


522 


Clarke, Alfred R. 


499 


Coleman, Marshall J. 


522 


Chandler, Wm E., Ill 


243 


Clarke, David R. 


150 


Coleman, Paula Mills 


549 


441 




151, 269 




Coleman, Robert C. 


522 


Chando, Stephen 


549 


Clarke, Leiand T., Jr. 


246 


Coleman, Thomas 0., Jr 


466 


Channell, C. N., Jr. 


441 


523 




246, 466 


430 


Chapin,Judson K., Ill 


246 


Clarkson, Delores W. 


523 


Coleman, William G., Jr. 


549 


466 




Clarkson, Garden S. 


550 


235, 419 


522 


Chaplin, Robert P., Ill 


250 


Clarkson, Hunter L. 


203 


Coleman, Wm Howard 


499 


499 




258, 419 




Coleman, Wm Ronald 


549 


Chapman, Esther Faye 


549 


Clarkson, James H.. Ill 


248 


Coleman, Wm Rutledge 


499 


Chapman, Frank H. 


203 


466 




Coley, James Lane 


454 


481 




Clarkson, Robert B. 


278 


Colley, Sanford Carl 


189 


Chapman, George T. 


549 


499 




Collier, James G., Ill 




Chapman, John Carroll 


522 


Clarkson, Wm Gordon 


550 


Collings, Gilbeart H. 


499 


Chapman, Jerry O'Dell 


549 


Clary, Gary Elmore 


523 


Collins, Aaron S. 


238 


Chapman, Kenneth W. 


523 


Clary, Jack R. 


499 


Collins, Donald E. 




Chapman, Rufus B., Jr. 


549 


Classey, Richard F. 


244 


523 


260 


Chapman, Richard M. 




499 




Collins, Edward J., Jr. 




Chapman, Sara E. 


499 


Clayton, Edward R. 




523 


309 


Chapman, Toby G. 


186 


Clayton, Robert M., Jr. 


523 


Collins, Jennings B. 




276,481 




Clayton, Thomas J. 


499 


Collins, Lucy H. 


499 


Chappell, John D. 


274 


Clayton, Wm Rufus 




Collins, Michael F. 


549 


549 




Cleland, WmPaul, Jr. 


274 


Collins, Phil S. 


499 


Chappell, Kenneth L. 


499 


550 




Collins, Randall Dean 


522 


Charland, Arthur A. 


258 


Clem, Robert B. 




Collins, Steve G. 


549 


549 




Clements, Douglas F. 


550 


Collins, Thomas H. 




Charles, Jerry T. 




Clemmons, Ashley D., II 


260 


Collins, Thomas Roger 




Charles, Nina Griffin 




419 




Collum, Charles Alan 




Charping, William P. 


499 


demons, Barry A. 


523 


Coin, Patricia E. 




Chason, Wm Irvin 


549 


Cleveland, Judy 


550 


Coltman, Richard L. 


549 


Chastain, Margaret A. 


223 


Cleveland, James H. 


499 


Combes, Joan Marie 


522 


549 




Click, Clifford N. 




Comer, Cecil Wayne 


522 


Chastain, Wm Henry 


549 


Click, Patricia 1. 




Comer, Eugenie G. 


522 


Chasteen, Melton D. 


481 


Cline, David M. 




Comer, Robert W. 


549 


Cheatham, John Hugh 




Cline, Kenneths. 


263 


Commins, Ernest A. 


105 


Cheek, Susan Elaine 


549 


481 




481 




Cheek, Victor Lee 


550 


Cline, Wm Everette, Jr. 




Compton, Arland H., Jr 


499 


Chen, Miin Mmg 




Clinkscales, Cleon C. 


269 


264, 441 


549 


Chervenak, William J. 




280, 441 




Compton, Ben Giles 




Cheves. Cecil L., Jr. 




Clinkscales, Jeri H. 


190 


Compton, Charles M. 




Cheves, Thomas Mc. 




243, 550 




Compton, Gary Lee 


179 


Chick, James P., Jr. 


218 


Clinton, Andrea Faye 


523 


523 




224, 499 




Cloninger, James Mack 


228 


Compton, Leslie K. 




Chien, Hsin Ih 




523 




Compton, Richard A. 


549 


Chien, Moa Tseng Wm. 




Cloninger, Robert A. 


550 


Compton, Robert B. 


549 


Chilcote, Bruce C. 




Close, Robert Wm 


523 


Condrey, Marshall W. 


549 


Childers, Wilson C. 


105 


Glowers, Earl Roger 


523 


Cone, Clyde R. 


522 


419 




Clyburn, Wm Michael 


550 


254, 419 


499 


Childress, James G. 


242 


Coakley, John M. 


550 


Cone, Fred H. 


549 


499 




Cobb, Daniel Earl 


274 


Cone, Gerald W. 


549 


Childress, Marshall P. 


234 


550 




Conklin, Richard A. 


499 


466 




Cobb, Dale T, Jr. 


304 


466 


224 


Childress, Wm Edwin 


266 


499 




Conklm, Thomas R. 




523 




Cobb, Jane A. 




Conley, Susan K. 




Childs, Harry E. 


499 


Cobb, Jimmy M. 


430 


280, 550 


522 


Childs, Joy Marie 


550 


Cobb, Styles F. 


223 


Connell, John Allen 


549 


Childson, Walter, Jr. 


523 


499 




523 


549 


Chmners, James E., Jr. 


152 


Cochcroft, Arthur F. 


466 


Connelly, David L. 




226, 246, 257, 466 




Cochet, Anthony A. 


151 


Connelly, Dan M. 




Chisholm, William B. 




152, 264, 523 




Connelly, Roland L. 




Chisman, Lois L. 


227 


Cochran, Dwight B. 


481 


272,481 


499 


499 




Cochran, Robert M. 


499 


Conner, Thomas Carl 


499 


Choate, Michael B. 


523 


Cockcroft, Johnnie E. 


246 


Connor, William R. 


105 


Choopanya, Duangchai 




499 




Conrad, Douglas M. 




Chovan, James Peter 


228 


Cockfield, Gary W. 


105 


Cook, Gary Len 


250 


523 




550 




Cook, James C, III 




Chovan, Philip A. 


441 


Cockfield, Joe B. 


499 


550 


244 


Christopher, Toliver 


228 


Coffer, Robert T., Jr. 


550 


Cook, Joe Edward 




289, 499 




Coffey, Richard A. 


550 


Cook, James Ternl 


105 


Christy, Celia C. 


150 


Coffey, William T. 


499 


Cook, Joseph T. 




151, 550 




Cogan, Henry L. 


278 


Cook, James Warren, Jr 


522 


Chryst, Stephen L. 


419 


523 




Cook, John Wirt, Jr. 


180 


Church, Robert N. 


499 


Coggins, Donald McK. 


550 


Cook, Rodger Dale 




Cipperly, Christopher 


550 


Cohen, Earl S. 


223 


Cook, Richard Wyman 


522 


Cissel, Robert F. 


523 


227, 441 




Cook, Thomas F. 


151 


Citron, Mark Barry 


550 


Coile, David N. 




Cook, William Capers 




Claiborne, Theodore C. 


523 


Coker, John Wayne 


523 


Cooke, Robert G. 



I 



NAME 

Cook, Marion, Richar 
Cooke, Ronald G. 
Cool, Sharon Lee 
Coons, John S. 

466 
Cooper, Charles D. 

232, 260, 500 
Cooper, Charles Ray 
Cooper, Francis D. 
I 246, 550 

I Cooper, Jerry Lynn 
I Cooper, Noah Bryant 

280 550 
Cooper, Ronald E. 
Cooper, Roy H., Jr. 
Cooper, Susan Elaine 
Cooper, William W. 
Cooper, Wm Womble, Jr. 
Cope, David Clayton 

550 
Cope, Ephriam G. 

271, 481 
Cope, James F. 
Copeland, Carol D. 
Copeland, George W. 
Copeland, Heath C. 
Copeland, Samuel F. 
Copeland, Wm Edward 

550 
Copeland, Wm Leisel 

523 
Copleston, Peter G. 
Corbett, Herbert T., Jr. 

500 

Corcoran, Tom G. 

Corley, Robert E. 

Corn, Judy Marie 

. Corn, Jack P. 

' Cornish, Charles M. 

, Cornwell, Edward J. 

Cornwell, George R. 

419 
Cornwell, John B., Ill 

500 
Cornwell, John C. 

523 
Corpening, Bennett H. 

246, 523 
Corry, Charles E. 
Cosbey, Daniel Joseph 
Cothran, Benjamin A. 

500 
Cothran, Susan 
Cotner, Leslie Edward 
Cotton, John W. 

242, 466 
Cottrell, Edward Jay 
Couch, Shirley A. 

500 

(Couchell, Jonathan J. 
500 
Counts, Robert Jordan 
I 258, 500 

Courtney, Charles H. 
Courtney, Larry B. 
j Cousins, Henry Edward 
1 Covington, George M. 
Cowan, Faye P. 
Cowherd, Frank G., Ill 
' Cowles, Jeffrey E. 
258, 419 
Cox, Alton L. 
Cox, Augustus W. 
Cox, Frank J. 

246 
Cox, Geddes Marvin 
Cox, Henry Clay, Jr. 
Cox, John David 
Cox, James F., Ill 
Cox, Jerry L. 
Cox, James Wayne 
Cox, Jerry Wayne 
Cox, Martha B. 
I Cox, Mary Katherine 
I Cox, Robert Allen 
Cox, Willard Branit 
Coxey, John T. 
i Coyle, John Redmond 
Coyle, Thomas J. 
Craft, Pamela Jean 

523 
Craft, William J. 
Craig, Arthur T. 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



481 
550 
550 
550 
151 

274 

550 
244 



550 
550 

500 
235 
244 

304 

274 

228 

550 
550 
161 

550 
550 
225 

550 
227 

278 

235 



551 
523 
500 



523 
551 
232 

523 
523 
551 
481 
500 
551 
551 
523 
551 
551 
551 
500 
523 
466 
274 



523 


Craig, Dewey Clinton 


454 




Craig, Everett G. 


441 


550 


Craig, Julie D. 


230 


252 


441 






Craig, Lynn G. F. 


430 


202 


Craig, Linda Louise 


551 




Craig, Mary E. 


551 


550 


Craig, Robert M., Jr. 


105 


148 


500 






Craigo, Steade R. 


278 


550 


430 




228 


Crain, Larry Ray 


441 




Crain, Norman Douglas 


441 


550 


Crain, Robert M. 


500 


466 


Crain, Robert Wade 


551 


550 


Crain, William T. 


500 


500 


Cram, John James 


523 


523 


Crammer, John R. 


500 


274 


Cranford, Henry C, Jr. 






Craven, Charles M. 


500 


150 


Craven, Malcolm Lane 


523 



Cravens, James J., Jr. 
Crawford, Charles H. 
Crawford, Claudius H. 

551 
Crawford, Charles W. 
Crawford, John R. 
Crawford, Leon A., Jr. 
Crawford, Michael D. 
Crawford, Peter A. 
Crawford, Ray A., Jr. 
Cranford, Roger Dell 
Creamer, Jack C. 
Creech, Fulton B., Ill 
Creech, George R. 

217, 419 
Creech, James E. 
Creech, James W. 
Creed, Don Wendell 
Creech, Margaret M. 
Creel, John Walden 
Creel, Wm Richard 
Crenshaw, Dan C. 
Crenshaw, David L. 
Crenshaw, John D. 

466 
Crenshaw, Richard V. 

500,551 
Crenshaw, William R. 
Cribb, Don Michael 
Cribb, Leslie J. 
Criscione, John J. 
Crisp, Neil S. 
Crisp, Robert M. 

500 
Crocker, Clarence W. 
Crocker, James D. 
Crocker, Wm Henry 
Cromer, Barbara Lynn 
Cromer, Brenda Faye 
Cromer, Durward C, Jr. 
Cromer, Jacob P., Jr. 
Cromer, James P., Jr. 
Cromer, Tony Claire 
Crooks, Gary F. 
Cropp, Wilson W. 

500 
Crosby, George D. 

481 
Crosby, Walton A. 
Crosby, William L. 
Crosland, Joseph E., Jr. 
Crouch, Caren 

500 
Crouch, Richard H. 
Crouch, Sammy E. 

224, 481 
Crow, Claude A., Ill 
Crow, Wade C. 
Crowe, George R. 
Crowe, Michael Glenn 
Crowell, John M. 
Crown, William P., Jr. 
Grumpier, William A. 

466 
Cueman, Glenn F. 
Culbertson, Alice L. 
Culbertson, Charles M. 
Culbertson, Suzanne B. 
Culler, Francis B. 
Culler, Gerald L. 
Culler, William W. 

524 



454 
524 
551 
481 
524 

500 
551 
210 

551 
419 



551 
551 
500 
500 
248 

260 



524 
551 
170 



524 
551 



241 

500 
481 
481 
306 

500 
105 

524 
500 
481 
524 

500 
266 

551 

551 
551 
310 
551 
500 
246 



Cullom, Joseph W. 

264, 500 
Cullum, William O., Jr. 
Cuip, John S. 
Culp, Joseph W. 
Culp, James Waymond 

234, 252, 551 
Culp, Robert M. 

419 
Culpepper, Wm Ralph 
Culvern, Fred E., Ill 
Cummings, Matthew 

551 
Cummings, William V. 

500 
Cunningham, John Alan 
Cunningham, James R. 
Cunningham, Richard C. 
Cunningham, Thomas B. 
Cunningham, Wm R. 
Curl, Dennis L. 
Curlee, Thomas O., Ill 
Currence, Arthur J. 
Currie, John Michael 
Curry, Ernest D., Jr. 
Curry, James Coleman 

524 
Curtis, John Duffield 
Cutrell, John Charles 
Cuttino, Beni H., Jr. 

481 
Cutts, William B. 
Cutts, Wm Edward 
Cuzzell, Charles L. 

Daily, Thomas Wm 
Dales, Richard L. 
Daley, Timothy C. 
Dalton, Charles L. 
Dandridge, Hubert J. 
Dangerfield, Coleman 

551 
Daniel, Barbara E. 
Daniel, Carroll E. 

466 
Daniel, Ralph Wray 
Daniel, Sanford H. 

524 
Danieli, Mario R. 
Danko, Dennis G. 
Dannals, Nancy Ruth 

310, 524 
Dannelly, Larry R. 
Dansby, David F. 
Dantinne, David A., Jr. 
Dantzler, Brian S. 

264, 500 
Dantzler, Lynn Zaco 

551 
Darby, James A. 
Darby, James T., Jr. 
Darden, Donald E. 
Darden, Graham W. 
Darst, Philip H. 
Dase, Lewis C. 
Dasher, Linda Lee 
Davenport, Harold Lee 

524 
Davenport, Peter J. 
Daves, Glen G. 

500 
Davey, John R. 

500 
Davidson, Leroy S. 
Davies, Raymond W. 
Davilli, Barry T. 
Davis, Beverly Ann 
Davis, Danny R. 
Davis, Glenn Elliott 
Davis, Guy William 
Davis, Henry Clark 
Davis, Harold E., Jr. 

430 
Davis, Harold Richard 
Davis, Joseph E., Jr. 
Davis, Julius, E., Ill 
Davis, James Michael 

246, 252, 500 
Davis, James Martin 
Davis, Jas McCardell 
Davis, Joe Myers 
Davis, Jimmy Ray 
Davis, James Wyman 



500 
466 
230 



524 
500 
304 



551 
524 
524 
500 

524 
551 
551 
278 

524 
551 
276 

481 
551 
551 

551 
441 
524 
466 
551 
257 



551 
105 



551 
524 
223 



500 
551 
228 

430 
223 

170 

551 
224 
466 
524 
500 
551 
551 
551 
176 

524 
551 
551 
243 



467 
524 
524 
551 



Davis, Julian W. 
Davis, Keith Ansel 
Davis, Linda Marie 
Davis, Leon W. 
Davis, Maynard J., Jr. 

524 
Davis, Nellie La Dene 
Davis, Pamela M. 
Davis, Patrick T. 
Davis, Pembroke W. 
Davis, Richard C, Jr. 
Davis, Richard D. 

246, 441 
Davis, Richard Irving 
Davis, Randal Milton 
Davis, Ronald M. 
Davis, Steven Emerson 
Davis, Samuel L. 
Davis, Thomas Wm., Jr. 
Davis, William D. 
Davison, Dexter 
Davison, Charles B. 
Dawes Awtry S. 

500 
Dawkins, Benjamin L. 
Dawkins, Travis S. 
Dawsey, Edward C. 
Dawsey, Joseph C. 
Day, Alan S. 
Day, Leslie L. 
Dean, David L. 
Dean, John L. 
Dean, Sloan Franklin 
Dean, William D. 
Dean, William E., Jr. 
Deanhardt, Marshall L. 

524 
Debree, Bruce Wm 
Dechman, Gordon H. 
Deck, William H., Jr. 
Deem, David A. 

467 
Deer, Wm Wayne 

524 
Defanti, Pamela Jo 
Deffenbauyh, Roger L. 

218, 252,467 
Defoster, Gary Alan 
Defrancisco, Robert A. 
Degear, Harry J. 
Degen, Jerome B. 
Degen, Philip Gregory 

552 
Degirolamo, Nicholas 
De Laddy, Eugene A., Jr. 
De Land, James R., Jr. 
Delaney, L. J., Jr. 
Deiaski, Arthur B. 
Delaughter, Jerry G. 
Dellinger, Richard P. 

217, 419 
Deloach, Andrea Norma 
Deloach, Perry B. 
Deloache, James E. 
Deluca, Frank Richard 
Demarest, Alan Robert 
Demcsak, Wayne J. 
Demelker, Charles J. 
Demori, Adriano 
Demosthenes, John M. 

552 
Dempsey, David G. 

467 
Dempsey, Jones R., Jr. 
Dempsey, Tony Ray 
Demsey, David A. 
Dendy, Joseph R., Jr. 
Denison, Don E. 

524 
Dennis, Betty Jane 
Dennis, Robert T. 
Denton, Henry G., Jr. 

501 
Denton, John Gregory 
Depass, Wm Brunson, Jr. 

280, 524 
Depew, Wm Francis 

524 
Derrick, Danny O. 
Derrick, Tillman W., Jr. 
Detwiler, David W. 

246, 467 
Detwiler, Kenneth W. 



500 

524 
551 

262 

551 
524 
551 
551 
524 
209 

524 
524 
455 
524 
524 
551 
500 

551 
158 

551 
500 
551 
500 

431 
500 



500 
243 



551 
524 



552 
210 

441 
524 
500 
500 
264 

552 
482 
467 
455 
500 
552 
158 



551 
552 
552 
552 
500 

524 
276 

264 

552 
552 
455 
482 
242 

552 
501 
218 

552 
153 



467 
501 
228 



Devaux, Robert E. 
Deveaux, John P. 
Devereux, Michael J. 
DeWitt, Charles H. 
DeWitt, Marion R., Jr. 

501 
DeYoung, William Eric 
Dick, James D. 
Dickenson, Lawrence W. 
Dickerson, Edward W. 
Dickerson, John A. 

220, 224, 232 
Dickinson, John A. 
Dickson, Charles L. 
Dickson, David G., Sr. 
Dietz, James F., Ill 
Dill, Kitty Sue 
Dill, Richard J. 
Dill, William R., Jr. 
Dillard, Jesse F. 

501 
Dilling, William A. 
Dilwortli, Donald K. 
Dimitri, Soterios J. 
Dinkins, Langdon H. 
Dinneen, John H. 

482 
Dinwiddle, Martha R. 

501 
Dion, Eleanor W. 

455 
Diss, Jesse Wm 
Dixon, Bruce M. 
Dixon, Paul Everett 
Dixon, Russell L. 

242, 467 
Dixon, Robert M. 
Djuren, Ronald Wm 
Doak, Sydney Ruth 

524 
Dobbins, Judson D. 
Dobbins, Martha Ann 
Dobbins, Mary Jane 
Dobbins, Richard G. 
Dobbins, Stanley R. 

272, 524 
Dobbins, Thomas E. 
Dobbins, William L., Jr. 

264, 501 
Dobson, Heath P. 

524 
Dobson, Robert L. 

234, 266, 467 
Dobson, Wess MacLand 
Dockery, Allen Ernest 
Dodds, Cathy L. 

152, 552 
Dodson, Richard G. 
Dolby, Donna Louise 
Donald, Michael E. 
Donaldson, Emily D. 

551 
Donaldson, Wm Francis 
Donato, Christopher D. 
Donnally, Allen W. 
Donnan, Phillip David 
Donnelly, Robert M. 
Donohoe, Charles R. 
Donohue, Dennis David 
Dorey, Richard John 

524 
Dorn, Brianna Pearl 

552 
Dorn, John E., Jr. 
Dorn, James Walton 
Dorriety, Willard, Jr. 
Doss, James A. 

467 
Doss, Thomas Glenn 
Dossey, Andra Ann 
Dotson, Robert Carl 
Doughty, Dave S. 
Douglas, James Flinn 
Douglas, Michael A 
Douglas, Wm Gerald 
Douglass, Floyd S., Jr. 
Douglass, Heyward B. 

501 
Douglass, James E. 
Douglass, James S. 
Dover, David R. 
Dowd, Milard Wilson 
Dowdy, Paul Larue 



524 
246 

524 
441 
552 
501 
156 

482 
524 

524 
501 

501 
224 



552 
524 
431 
228 

227 



501 
552 
225 

501 
552 
306 

524 
501 
524 
501 
105 



524 
552 
150 

455 
524 
441 
170 
552 
552 
552 
552 
552 

467 
524 
252 

278 

501 
552 
552 
248 

552 
552 
218 
501 
524 



525 
222 



525 
501 
552 
552 



NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Dowdy. Paul W. 
Dowhng, Thomas E. 
Dowling, Thomas P. 
Downs, Eugene A. 
Doyle, Brian Edward 

266 
Dozler, John B. 
Dozier, Wm. Keith 
Drake. Benjamin E. 
Drake, Clayburn B. 
Drake, Harold Richard 
Drake, Nicholas T. 
Drakeford, Cecil M.,Jr. 

157, 162.221, 232, 

431 
Drayton, Charles H. Jr. 
Dreher, Thomas D. 
Drennan, Juddy. H. 

501 
Drennan, Robert F., Jr. 

252. 525 
Driggers. Arthur H. 
Driggers, Thomas C. 
Driscoll, James P. 
Driscoll, Michael 
Droege, Albert D. 
Druelle, Donald O. 

467 
Drummond, James P. 

455 
Dubay. Stephen N. 
DuBose. Edward M.. Jr. 

227, 264. 501 
Dubose. Harry M. 

238, 501 
DuBose Rembert C. 
DuBose, Tristan A. 
Ducker. Barbara K 
Duckett. John C. 
Ducworth, George M. 
Ducworth. John Wm. 
Ducworth, Lyman A. 
Ducworth, Ronnie E. 

244, 501 
Duke, Thomas W., Jr. 
Dukes, Gene W. 
Dukes, James D. 
Dulin, Nina H. 
Dulin, Robert M., Jr. 

501 
Dulin, Wilbur N., Jr. 
Dumas, Charles E. 
Dunaway, Albert D. 

501 
Dunbar. John Patrick 
Duncan, Daniel E. 
Duncan, David K. 

501 
Duncan, Evelyn D. 
Duncan, Gary T. 
Duncan, John F. 
Duncan, James R., Jr. 
Duncan, Kenneth A. 
Duncan, Lawrence S. 
Duncan, Robert E. 
Duncan. Wayne Dennis 
Dunham, Kenneth R. 
Dunham, Roy C. 
Dunipace. Kenneth R. 
Dunlap, Frederick A. 
Dunlap, Michael L. 
Dunlap, Russell E., Jr. 
Dunn, Cathy Virginia 
Dunn, Kevin Joseph 
Dunn, Wm. Acker 
DuPre, Charles Henry 
DuPre, Kathenne L. 
Durant, Eddie C. Jr 

419. 152 
Durant. Robert R. 

525 
Durfos. Daniel A. 

419 
Durham. Donald D. 
Durham. Laerence B. 
Durham. Thomas E. 
Dutt, David G. 
Duval. Evelyn B. 
Duval. Harry S. Jr. 

264. 525 
Duvall, Ernest M. 
Duvall. Lance A. 
Duwel, Richard B. 



482 
501 
501 
552 
501 

441 
552 



467 
153 
413 

525 
525 
262 



552 
552 
441 
525 
552 
266 



501 
158 



419 
419 
552 

552 
525 
552 
105 



552 
442 
250 



552 
501 
182 

552 
552 
225 
525 
552 
552 
552 
552 
467 
502 

266 
552 

552 
552 
552 
552 
501 
149 

304 

238 

501 
525 
482 
501 

228 

525 



Dworschak, Manfred 
Dyar. Horace C. 
Dye. Daniel Harris 
Dye. James A. 

482 
Dyer. Samuel P. 
Dyke. Kevin. J. 
Dykes. G. David 
Dykes, Tommy Collis 
Dykstra, Kenneth Dale 
Dyson. Joseph R. 

217. 419 
Eaddy. W 
Eaddy, Winston M. 

525 
Eakes, James S. 
Eargle, Lloyd M. 
Earle, Edward B., Jr. 
Earwood, Byran. D. 
Easier. Conley. L., Jr. 
Easier, Terry M. 

501 
Eason, Douglas Bruce 
Eason, Sidney, L. 
Eatmon, Donald S. 

553 
Ebenhack, David G. 
Eck. Ronald Warren 

553 
Eckard Paul C. Jr. 

501 
Eckley. Louis D. 
Edenfield. Allen B. 
Edens. Dynva C. 
Edens. Henry Curtis 
Edens. Mary Lou W. 
Edens.Stanley B. 
Edgar. Donnie James 
Edgar. Howard B. 
Edgar. James Donny 
Edgemon Dudley C. 
Edgin, Gordon R. 

220, 221, 501 
Edier, Frank William 
Edmonds. John King 
Edmonds, Kent Allison 
Edmonds. Robert F.. Jr. 

467 
Edney. Robert M. 
Edwards. Byron Malet 
Edwards. Barry R. 

221. 230. 243. 442 
Edwards. Bruce R. 
Edwards. Eva S. 
Edwards. Gary Lee 
Edwards. John D. 
Edwards, James H. 
Edwards, James Kelly 
Edwards, Laura Gaye 
Edwards, Marjorie A 
Edwards, Michael C. 
Edwards, Mary Lang 0. 
Edwards, Marvin Snead 
Edwards, Marshall W. 
Edwards. Neal W. 
Edwards. Richard L. 
Edwards. Steve Radley 
Edwards. Thomas B. 
Edwards. Wm. Gary 
Edwards. Wilma Jean 
Edwards. Wm. Norris 
Egger. Beverly 

Eggers. John L. 
Eggers. Katherine C. 

553 
Ehnat. George Donald 
Eidson, Wesley D. 

501 
Eisenbrey, Ian Frazer 
Eisenmann, James C. 
Eismann, Marianne 
Elder Lloyd Linwood 
Eldridge, Roy C, Jr. 

264, 289, 519, 525 
Ellefson, Craig D. 
Ellefson, Clark E. 

553 
Ellefson. Lawrence B. 
Ellenberg. John F.. Jr. 

221. 232,495. 501 
Ellenburg, Charles H. 

455 
Ellenburg. Marika Ann 



552 
525 
552 
276 

501 
442 
525 
525 
525 
204 



501 
482 
552 
525 
501 
267 

552 
552 
274 

419 
171 



501 
525 
442 
553 

501 
553 
553 
553 

153 

525 
525 
525 
250 

501 
553 
154 



501 
553 
455 
501 
553 
553 



553 
525 
482 
501 
525 
553 
553 
553 
553 
553 



553 
105 

525 
501 
525 
553 
164 

553 
252 



153 
105 
525 



Jr. 



Ellenburg. Ralph M.. J 
Filers, John C. 
Filers, Kathryn L. 
Ellicott, James H. 
Elliott, Heyward D. 
Elliott, John E. 
Elliott, James V. 
Elliott, Roger Neale 
Ellis. Carole 
Ellis, Chandler 
Ellis. Irving L. Jr. 
Ellis. Leroy D. 
Ellis, James J., Jr. 
Ellis, Kenneth Jay 
Ellis, Philip Anthony 
Ellis, Robert E., Jr. 
Ellis, Ronald L. 
Elhs, Wm. Henry N 
Ellison, Curtis H. 
Ellison, Daniel R. 

553 
Ellison, Frederick S. 
Elmore. Larry Earl 
EIrod. James H. Jr. 
EIrod. Robert H. 
EIrod. William H. 
Elsey. John I. 
Elvington. Boyd B. 

525 
Ely. Pamela Jean 
Embler. Johnny M. 
Emerson. Shelley 
English. Linda Ann 
English. Thomas H.. Jr 
Engram. James W. 
Engstrom. Gary W. 
Enis. Sam J.. Jr. 

501 
Enslen. John E. 

501 
Entrekin. Lamar H. 

501 
Enzor. Gregory S. 
Eppes. Kitty E. 
Eppes. Richard Earl 
Epps. David E.. Jr. 

419 
Epps. James W. 
Epps, Philip O. 

419 
Epps, Robert Earl 
Epps. Robert F.. Ill 
Erter. Jack W.. Jr. 

232. 413. 482 
Ervin. Robert D. 
Ervin. Samuel J.. Jr. 
Erwin. Elwood A. 
Erwin. William T. 
Eskew, Elliott Benton 
Eskew, Jerry Dale 
Estes, Arthur George 

525 
Estes. Boyce Tyndall 
Etheredge. William M. 

502 
Ethredge. Charles D. 
Evanitsky. John Jr. 
Evans. Frances Marie 
Evans. James E., Jr. 
Evans, Joseph E. 
Evans, James H. 
Evans, Michael Eugene 

553 
Evans. Michael Eugene 

553 
Evans. Noel David 
Evans. Paula 
Evans. Pamella D. 
Evans. Paul Sherman 
Evans. Richard B. 
Evans Wm. Douglas 

525 
Evans, Wm. Edmund 
Evans, William F., Jr. 
Evans, Wallace R., Ill 
Evatt, Willie T.. Jr. 
Everett. Peter Wilson 
Everette, Johnny S. 
Ewan, David Scott 
Ewan, Kenneth Marvin 
Ewell. Robert N. 

442 
Eyier. Richard Wm. 



482 
501 
501 

553 
525 



553 
553 
553 

501 
501 
553 
553 
274 

553 
553 
501 



105 

419 
501 
525 
525 
104 
482 
482 
304 



262 

553 
553 
553 
281 



258 

525 

160 

467 
482 
553 

525 
525 
218 

525 
176 

502 
553 
525 
553 

482 
525 



502 
525 



525 


F 


442 


F 


525 


F 


553 


F 


553 


F 


525 


F 


230 


F 




F 



Eaell, William B.. Jr. 
Fabian. George T. 

502 
Facciolo. Michael F. 
Fadeley. Charles. F.. Jr. 
Faer. Michael James 

525 
Fagan, Bernard C. 
Fairey, John K., Jr. 
Fairey, Lyle W., Jr. 

502 
Fairey, Nancy Kenyon 
Fairey, Philip W. 
Fairey, Robert James 

553 
Fallon, Craig R. 
Falls, Duane L. 

502 
Fambrough. Joseph T. 
Fant. William Boyd 
Farmer. Calvin L. 

502 
Farmer. Michael C. 
Farmer. Travis L. 
Farnell. Edwin A. 
Fasinski. Robert F. 
Faulkenberry. James L. 
Faulkner, James R. 

525 
Faust, William D. 

467 
Faust, Winston E. 
Fay, Margaret Anne 

525 
Fedder. Michael S. 
Fedele. Raymond S. 

455 
Federline. Betty R. 
Federline. John G. 
Feige, Hans C. 

283, 482 
Feinberg, Marc Morris 

553 
Felton, Glenn Patrick 

525 
Fennell, Herbert P. 
Fennell, Ralph C. Jr. 
Ferguson, Charles P. 
Ferguson, Daniel L. 
Ferguson, Irby W., Jr. 
Ferguson. James A.. Jr. 
Ferguson. Thomas W. 
Ferguson, Wm. Franklin 
Fernandez, Paul D. 
Ferrell, Thomas L. 
Ferrell. Wanda R. 
Ferry, Paul A. 
Fessler. Richard G. 

246. 502 
Fewell. Joan C. 

502 
Fewell. Joseph E.. Jr. 

cken, Lewis Mobley 

ckling, Joseph D. 

eld. Ebb H. 

elds, Gary Preston 

elds, Jackson E., Jr. 

elds, James Payton 

fe. Jane Lee 

gueroa. Ronald E. 
525 

llyaw, Richard B. 

ncher, Grover M., Jr. 

nison, David Holt 

nkelstem. George E. 

niey. Gene A. J. 

niey. James A. 
442 

niey. Janice Faye 

niey, Jerry Leon 

niey, Margaret J. 

niey, Wm. Gary 

nn, Timothy P. 

nney, Mary Jan 

ns, Vikary E. 

schetti, David C. 

sher, Fred Ronald 

sher, Frank A. 

sher, Lawrence J. 

sher, Wayne B. 

sher, Wm. Joseph, Jr. 

tchett, Robert W. 

tts, Thomas M. 



232 

525 
264 

502 
553 
306 

242 
502 
267 

467 
226 

502 
553 
276 

482 
502 
442 
553 
525 
262 



242 
190 



553 
271 



467 
278 



482 
525 
525 
467 
525 
502 
502 
553 
442 



525 
228 



553 
553 
502 
502 
553 
482 
525 
502 
243 

553 
553 
553 
502 
482 
246 

553 
525 
525 
553 
482 
554 
502 
467 
554 
554 

482 
554 
525 
502 



Flannagan, Charles N. 
Flannery, Robert E. 
Fleenor, Ernest B. 
Fleetwood, Carlton G. 
Fleetwood, Phillip H. 
Fleming, David Byrne 
Fleming, Meredith Ann 
Fleming, Mack J. 
Fleming, Tommy Joe 

554 
Fleming, Wm. Herbert 
Fletcher. Barry Lewis 
Fletcher. Donald H. 
Fletcher. George R.. Jr. 
Fletcher. Nicholas 

502 
Fletcher, Richard P. 

253, 467 
Flint, Kenneth R. 
Flitter, Carole R. 

554 
Flood, Augustus MCD 
Florence, Peyton B. 
Flow, Claude L, III 

267, 526 
Flowers, Lee M., Jr. 
Floyd, Emily Cain 
Floyd, Jonathan B. 
Floyd, James C. 
Floyd, James E. 
Floyd, John R.. Jr. 
Floyd, John Wilson 
Floyd, Larry Dwight 
Floyd, Marion Ralph 
Floyd, Stephen C, III 
Flynn, John M. 

442 
Folk. Betty Cheryl 

554 
Folk. Harold W. 
Folkman. Robert Wm.. . 
Follette, Jerry M. 
Folsom. John Chapin 
Foisom. James Felton 
Fontaine. Andre G. 
Foote. John Stevens 
Forbes. Joseph J. 

502 
Forbes. Michael R. 
Forbes. Robert Eugene 

258. 554 
Ford. Benjamin F.. Jr. 

526 
Ford, Dennis L. 

502 
Ford, Jerry C, III 
Ford, Larry Bruce 
Ford, Robert H. 
Ford, Robert M.. Jr. 

554 
Ford. William J., Jr. 

502 
Ford, Zenas Waldo, III 
Fore, Donald Bruce 
Forrest, John Michael 
Forrester, Gwin H, 
Forrester, Lindsay J. 
Forsberg, Charles A. 
Forte, Frederick F. 
Fortson, Joda F. 

468 
Forwood. Peter J. 
Fosky. Peter L. 

420 
Foster, Charles D. 
Foster, Daniel D. 
Foster. Joseph C. Jr. 
Foster. James E.. Jr. 
1 152.526 

Foster. Michael W. 
Foster. Richard H.. Jr. 
Foster. Willard R. 
Foushee. Douglas R. 
Fowler. Derrill R. 

468 
Fowler. James A 
Fowler. Johnny J.. Jr. 
Fowler. Linda S. 
Fowler. Mary Ann 
Fowler, Michael H. 

502 
Fowler, Michael W. 
Fowler. Peggy G. 






PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



owler, Ronald H. 




Galloway, Raymond L. 


526 


Gentry, Johnny S. 


503 


owler, Ronnie Wayne 


554 


Gambill, Thomas G. 


526 


Gentry, Richard H. 


227 


owler, William E., Jr. 


526 


Gamble, Alex G., Ill 


250 


243, 503 




ox, Arthur K. 


502 


468 




George, Suzanne 


274 


ox, Cheryl Smoak 


526 


Gamble, Robert 




555 




ox, Jannes Richard 


554 


Gambrell, Dan Henry 


554 


George, William A. 


253 


ox, Thereodore C, III 


304 


Gambrell, John W. 


240 


468 




468 




273, 502 




Georgeo, Alexandra 


147 


oxworth, Cecil E., Jr. 


554 


Gambrell, Margaret Y. 




555 




oy, James R. 


261 


Gambrell, Robert P. 


272 


Georgeo, Evangeline B. 


163 


502 




420 




309, 442 




oy, Louis F., Jr. 


304 


Gambrell, Sherry Beth 


526 


Gerhold, Gary E. 




oy, Patterson W., Jr. 


554 


Gambrell, William A. 


502 


Geronimos, Michael G. 


555 


raker, John R. 




Gambrell, William G. 


468 


Gerwig, Richard E. 


555 


raley, Delano V. 


272 


Gandy, Ernest Lerand 


526 


Gestrich Wm. J., Jr. 


442 


502 




Gandy, Phillip H. 


502 


Gettys, Nicholas P. 


503 


ralick, John D. 


253 


Gangemi, David J. 


217 


Getzen, Phillip M. 


526 


468 




502 




Ghent, Lawrence W. 


555 


rampton, Edmund G., Jr 


. 289 


Ganter, Willard W. 




Giaimo, Robert Mario 


555 


420 




Gantt, Robert D. 


269 


Gibbons, Ernest W. 


468 


ranee, Thomas N., Jr. 


554 


502 




Gibbons, Thermon L., Jr 


468 


ranceschi, Gary 


228 


Gantt, Steven Amos 


526 


Gibert, Mary S. S. 


442 


232, 431 




Garbelman, Henry A. 


218 


Gibson, Carlis R. 


483 


rancis, Jamile J., Jr. 


161 


278,431 




Gibson, Charles W. 


503 


502 




Garber, Darrell Henry 


554 


Gibson, Nelson K. 


442 


rancis, Russell E. 


420 


Garces, Robert Daniel 




Gibson, Phillip Gary 


555 


rank, John H., Ill 


502 


Garcia, Carlos J. 




Gibson, Thomas Alan 


526 


rank, Jeffrey W. 


502 


Gardner, Ashley C. 


554 


Gibson, Wm. Ralph 


526 


rank, Richard E. 


267 


Gardner, Carl Ray 


554 


Gibson, Wayne W. 


271 


468 




Gardner, Donald A. 




455 




ranke, Bethany S. 


526 


Gardner, Harry Daunn 


554 


Giegerich, Gary J. 


503 


ranklin, Alan R. 


223 


Gardner, Harrell Lee 


264 


Gilbert, Bob D., Jr. 


526 


502 




526 




Gilbert, Harold E. 


503 


raser, Stephen D. 


502 


Gardner, Katherine M. 




Gilbert, Richard A., Jr. 


304 


rederic, James C, Jr. 




Gardner, Leiand C. 


468 


526 




rederick, Wm. John 


554 


Gardner, Robert L. 


222 


Gilbert, William H., Jr. 


503 


rederiksen, John E. 


188 


442 




Gilbert, Wm. Paul 


326 


267, 468 




Gardner, Richard O, Jr. 


526 


Gilbertson, Bruce H. 


555 


ree, Wm. Jackson 


554 


Gardner, Richard W. 


526 


Gilchrist, Wm. Poster 


243 


reeland, James R. 




Garick, Richard L. 


105 


555 




reeman, Chris R. 




276, 483 




Gilden, John Douglas 


526 


reeman, Gail Scurry 




Garland, Eric Koester 




Giles, Joh Ashford 


526 


reeman, Harry W., Jr. 




Garland, Wayne R. 


502 


Gill, Jo Ellen 


503 


reeman, John W. 


264 


Garner, Foster M. 


526 


Gillespie, Bruce A. 


526 


442 




Garner, Ronald W. 


230 


Gillespie, William C. 




reeman, Laura F, 




431 




Gilliam, Henry C, Jr. 




reeman, Otis Dwain 


554 


Garner, Tommy Payton 


554 


Gilliam,H. David, Jr. 


254 


reeman, Stanley Ray 


526 


Garnett, Stanford T. 


229 


274, 526 




reit, Edward E., Jr. 


502 


526 




Gilliard, Benny E. 


483 


reit, Julia Melville 


455 


Garofalo, Joseph F. 




Gilliland, Jack E., Jr. 


526 


rench, Ralph W. 


442 


Garren, Frank G. 




Gillingham, Edwin F. 


555 


rey, Robert D., Jr. 


431 


Garrett, Claude N. 


442 


Gilmore, John Horace 




rick, Juanita K. D. 


442 


Garrett, Frank M., Jr. 


554 


Gilpin, Richard B., Jr. 


503 


rick, Marion Edward 


526 


Garrett, Kirsten M. 


455 


Gilreath, Ann Terry 


503 


rick, Robert Pierce 


554 


Garrett, Thomas A. 


554 


Gilreath, James F., Jr. 


238 


riederich, Rudolf 0. 




Garrett, Thomas G. 


526 


246, 503 




ripp, Harriet A. 


502 


Garrett, Thomas Roy 


276 


Gilreath, Susan Jay 


555 


roemming, Martha E. 


554 


526 




Gilstrap, Constance L. 


306 


roneberger, Charles 


554 


Garrett, William M. 


554 


503 




rost, Donald C, Jr. 


188 


Garris, Richard M. 


503 


Gilstrap, David G. 


555 


205, 502 




Garrison, David Lee 


455 


Gilstrap, Oscar J. 


503 


ry, Daniel L. 


502 


Garrison, David W. 


271 


Gilstrap, Robert L. 


555 


rye, Benjamin H. 


554 


555 




Ginn, Wilbur N. 


199 


ugiel, Frederick T. 


554 


Garrison, Frank W. 


555 


503 




ulcher, Priscilla K. 




Garrison, Janet K. 


306 


Girard, Daniel M. 


555 


uller, Charles T., Jr. 


502 


503 




Gist, Robert Wylie, Jr. 


555 


ulmer, Donald C. 


267 


Garthe, James Warren 


252 


Giunta, Ross Edward 


555 


502 




555 




Gladden, William P. 




ulmer, Elton T. 


502 


Gartland, Kevin H. 


250 


Glasgow, Charles C. 


555 


ulmer, John B. 


502 


502 




Glass, Ronald W. 


230 


ulmer, Johnny H. 


105 


Garvin, Wm. Horton 


526 


Glazener, Gaye S. 


526 


502 




Gary, Albert V., Jr. 


503 


Glazener, William E. 


243 


ulmer, John L., Jr. 


304 


Gary, Bobbie Lynne 


555 


503 




526 




Gaskins, Jesse Henry 


526 


Gleason, Deino R. 


468 


ulmer, Michael Henry 


526 


Gaskins, Richard N. 


555 


Gleaton, Cuthbert S. 


158 


underburk, Jerry E. 


526 


Gassaway, Fred 


146 


455 




underburk, Mary R. 


502 


154, 204, 217,238 




Gleaton, Perrin T. 


483 


utch, Charles P. 


554 


257, 289, 420 




Glen, Jonathan C. 


264 


addy. Colonel J., Jr. 


228 


Gatch, Charles R. 




442 




526 




Gatlin, Milton A. 


503 


Glen, Susan P. 


246 


age, George Wm.. Ill 


554 


Gault, Hugh L. 


503 


310,526 




agnon Richard Paul 


526 


Gault, John M., Ill 


503 


Glenn, Albert E., Jr. 


555 


ailey, Stanley Dean 


554 


Gay, Alex H., Ill 


468 


Glenn, Adrian J. 


468 


aillard, George W. 


502 


Gay, Ben A. 




Glenn, Charles Jeter 


555 


aines, William Henry 


526 


Gay, DAvid N. 


210 


Glenn, Edith Anne 


555 


aither, Thomas K., Jr. 


262 


253, 468 




Glenn, Janet Bowman 


563 


502 




Gaydon, Douglas M. 




Glenn, Jerry C. 


420 


ales, Stephen E. 


554 


Geddings, Donald S. 


555 


Glenn, James Nelson 


555 


algoci,, Cheryl R. 


508 


Gedris,William R. 




Glenn, John W. 


503 


allagher, Eileen B. 


455 


Geeslin, John Warren 


555 


Glenn, Lillian Brown 


555 


allagher, Frank P. 




Geisel, Paul Thomas 


281 


Glenn, Ronald E. 


555 


allimore. Patsy 1 


431 


555 




Glenn, Robert M., Jr. 


468 


alloway, David R. 


554 


Gentry, Curtis Cecil 


555 


Glenn, Samuel A. 


503 



Glenn, William K., Jr. 
Glenn, Wadley, Raoul 
Glinn, John Arkell 
Glymph, David S. 

526 
Godbold, Asa S. 
Godbold, Eben Dudley 
Godfrey, Daniel K. 
Godfrey, Moultrie R. 

555 
Godsey, Charles D. 
Goebel, Catherine A. 
Goeller, Joseph G. 
Goff, Phillip C. 
Goforth, Harry B., Jr. 
Goforth Thomas M. 
Golderer, Harry C, Jr. 
Goldfarb, Alan 
Goldman, Mark Harris 

170, 526 
Goldstein, Lawrence 0. 

483 
Goldstein, Lewis W. 

503 
Golightly, Donald E. 
Golightly, William L. 
Goller, James R. 
Golly, David Herbert 
Gooden, Garland, G., Jr. 

443 
Gooden, Jack Kelly 
Gooding, Charles H. 

246, 526 
Gooding, Richard W. 
Goodman, Irwin 

503 
Goodman, Merritt R., Jr. 
Goodson, Robert H., Jr. 
Gordon, Chester D. 
Gordon, James T., Jr. 
Gordon, Lucille C. 

526 
Gordon, Rudolph Giles 
Gordon, Tommie Lee 
Gordon, Wm. Eddie 
Gore, Aubrey J., Jr. 

304, 420 
Gore, Donald McCrae 
Gore, George A. 

152, 503 
Gore, George E., Jr. 
Goshorn, Robert D. 
Gott, Walter Edward 
Gottschalk, Robert B. 
Gough, Michael R. 
Graab, George Allen 

526 
Grace, Kenneth B,, Jr 
Grace, Ronald D. 
Graef, Stephen Paul 
Graham, Allison Edgar 
Graham, Austin R. 
Graham, Betty Joyce 

526 
Graham, Charles A., Jr. 
Graham, Joseph B., Jr. 
Graham, John MacD. 
Graham, Kathleen E. 
Graham, Michael H. 
Graham, Michael M. 
Graham, Robert A. 

420 
Graham, Richard Lee 

555 
Gramling, Andrew C. 
Gramling, Cynthia K. 
Granger, Larry J. 
Grant, Barbara A. 1 
Grant, Clayton 
Grant, Douglas H. 
Grant, Kenneth Dalton 
Grant, Haskell Edgar 
Grant, Jimmy Dale 
Grant, Joseph R. 
Grant, Larry F. 
Grant, Philip H. 
Grant, Terry Gene 
Grantham, Herbert 
Grant, Walter Timothy 
Graves, Alfred A., Jr. 
Graves, John Herbert 
Gray, Asa M. 
Gray, Charles B. 



503 
555 
555 
170 

431 
555 
483 
150 

503 
443 
526 
503 
431 
503 

503 
151 

240 

304 

431 

555 
555 
174 

556 
229 

556 
264 

503 
503 

556 
309 



555 
555 
105 

555 
150 

455 
503 
443 

555 
267 



555 
555 
238 



555 
289 



555 
526 
526 
420 

563 

555 
555 
555 
483 
443 
555 
555 
555 

526 
555 



Grya, Donald Edward 
Gray, Georgette H. 
Gray, George A. 
Gray, George Marvin 
Gray, James Alton 
Gray, Jerry Carroll 
Gray, John Francis 
Gray, Ronald Eugene 
Gray, Susan, Williams 
Gray, Willis Henry 
Grayson, Wm. James 

527 
Green, Benjamin H. 
Green, Clarence R. 
Green, David C. 
Green, David Leroy 
Green, Jerry B. 
Green, John Warren 
Green, Leslie S. 
Greene, CArlton W. 
Greene, David B. 

229, 230, 443 
Greene, Edward J. 

503 
Greene, Edward N. 
Greene, Roy T. 
Greene, Woodrow P. 
Greenfield, Patricia 
Greening, Richard M. 
Greenough, Susan H. 
Greenwood, James M. 
Greer, Gary James 
Greer, James Rembert 
Greer, Larry E. 
Gregg, Danny Earl 
Gregorie, Edmund B. 
Gregorie, Ferdinand 
Gregory, Charles R. 
Gregory, Edward Howe 

240 
Gregory, Wesley W., Jr. 
Gregory, William W. 

503 
Gresham, Warren W. 

503 
Grey, Thomas Woolard 



ieve, Thomas W., Jr 

ieves, Colin George 

iffin, Alan Darryl 

iffin, Barbara J. 

iffin, Herman O. 

iffin, James T. 

iffin, Robert L., Ill 

iffin, Randall P. 

iffin, Raija N. 

iffith, John David 

iggs, James M. 

iggs, Howard R. 

iggs, Wm. Michael 
527 
Grimes, Thomas E., Ill 

503 
Grimsley, Charles T. 
Grimstead, Richard L. 
Grissom, Alan R. 
Grissom, Jonas N., Jr. 
Grizzle, Thomas A. 

468 
Grochowski, John M. 
Grooms, Ronald W. 
Groover, Robert B. 
Groover, Steven Allen 
Grosvenor, Richard B. 
Grosz, Gregory Kurt 
Grubbs, Earl H. 

483 
Grubbs, John G., Jr. 

483 
Grubbs, John R. 
Gruber, William C. 
Grundy, Edward C. 
Gruver, Jon Jeffrey 
Gruwell, Jeffrey M. 
Guerreri, Robert M. 
Guerry, John Calhoun 
Guest, Charles L. 
Guest, John Frank 
Guillot, Edgar Raoul 
Gulledge, James A., Ill 
Gully, James H. 
Gumphrey, Edward P., Jr 
Gunnels, Dan K. 
455 



555 
555 
555 
527 
527 
527 
443 

105 

527 

555 
555 
555 

555 
527 
555 
227 



555 
527 

503 

527 

556 
556 

556 
555 
527 
503 
503 

230 
222 

503 

556 

503 
527 

555 
556 
556 
556 
555 
304 

182 

527 



527 
527 

555 
555 
555 
271 



503 
555 
527 
527 
443 
527 
468 
527 

503 
556 
527 
105 



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PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Gunter, Barbara Ann 
Gunter, Robert B., Jr. 
Guthrie, Helen Carol 

Haarsgaard, Robert E. 
Haas, John Michael 
Hadden, Larry Earle 
Haddock, Arthur Lee 
Haddock, Richard B. 
Haddon, Alecia Ann 
Haddon, Alice Marie 
Haden, Glen S. 
Haeberle, Carl E., Ill 
Haene, Thomas Walter 
Hager, Ira V. 
Hager, Richard A., II 
Hagood. George B., Ill 
Hahn, Henry T. 

261, 503 
Haigler, Herbert H. 

556 
Haile, Linda Jennifer 
Hair, Carl M., Jr. 
Hair, Jay D. 

221, 289 
Hair, Oleta, Bigbie 
Haire, Dennis Warren 

527 
Hairston, Norma J. 
Halberg, Michael R. 
Haledjian, Dean A. 

503 
Hall, Archibald Bruce 
Hall, David Fogg, Jr. 
Hall, David Newberry 
Hall, Harriet Ann 
Hall, Harry Vern 
Hall, James Edwin 
Hall, Kenneth E. 
Hall, Larry Lionell 

527 
Hall, Roger O. 
Hall, Thomas E. 

483 
Hall, Tommy M. 
Hall, Wm. Allen 
Hall, Wm. Preston 
Hall, Wm. Woodward, Jr. 
Hallman, Beaufort C. 
Hallman, Velma Ann 
Hallums, Dolly Mane 
Haltiwanger, Dennis N. 
Hambright. Joe L., Jr. 
Hambright, Robert B. 

503 
Hamer, James Michael 
Hamilton, Eugene R. 
Hamilton, Norman B. 
Hamilton, William M. 
Hammond, Jacqueline C. 
Hammond, James H. 
Hammond, Wm. Huff 
Hamrick, John M., Jr. 
Han, Julie 

Hanahan, James Ross 
Hancock, Elizabeth C. 
Hancick, Marion E. II 

468 
Hancock, Pelham 

527 
Hancock, Walter A., Jr. 
Hand, George E. 

503 
Handegan, Eugene T. 
Handy, Donald Ray 

527 
Hane, Artemas P., Jr. 
Hanes, Clyde W., Jr. 
Haney, Donald L. 
Haney, James T. 
Haney, Mary Trout 
Hankins, Sidney I., Ill 
Hanks, Robert Lee 
Hanna, Gail Louise 
Hanna, Kathryn S. 

443 
Hanna, Richard Wayne 

527 
Hannah, Benjamin T., Jr. 
Hannah, James W. 

504 
Hansen, David M, 

504 



556 Hanzel, John F. 
503 Harbin, Charles M. 
504 
Harbort, Hugh V. 
527 Harchetts, Michael J. 
556 Hardaway, Caroline C 
556 Hardaway, Robert W. 
556 Hardee, Gene Eldred 
527 Hardee, William P. 
556 Hardie, Wade 
556 504 

503 Hardigree, Foster S. 
527 483 

527 Hardin, David L. 

502 Hardin, Donald Steve 
527 Hardin, Ian Russell 
556 Hardm, Ferris H. 

238 Harding, Gregory Lynn 

Hardister, Charles D. 
272 Hardwick, Carson V. 

Hardy, Haskell David 
527 Hargrove, Reginald G. 
527 504 

202 Hargrove, Thomas H. 

Harkins, Daniel F. 
527 Harley, James H. 
253 Harmon, Frances N. 

Harmon, Jerel Dean 
443 556 

Harmon, Leon Carroll 
105 Harness, Connie Clyde 

Harper, Bernard Caleb 

503 Harper, Donald A. 
556 Harper, Hayne P. 
556 Harper, Lawrence O. 
556 Harper, Rebecca H. 
527 Harper, Stiles Mikell 
556 420 

527 Harpootlian, Richard 
170 171,281,527 

Harrell, Frances M. 
468 556 

218 Harrell, Joe Selvin 

Harrell, Kathy Gail 
503 Harrell, Morgan R. 
556 Harrell, Raymond D. 
556 Harrelson, Louie Wm. 

527 
503 Harrelson, Thomas O. 
503 Harrington, Rudolph C. 
556 264, 504 

503 Harris, Christopher P. 
527 Harris, David C. 
253 Harris, Ettie Jeanne 

Harris, Howard Roy 
556 Harris, James W., Jr. 
527 Harris, Myra Dale 
556 Harris, Michael P. 

503 Harris, Robert Arthur 
556 232, 527 

420 Harris, Robert H., Jr. 
556 504 

Harrison, Charles W. 

Harrison, George M. 
556 556 

556 Harrison, Harold H., Jr. 
253 Harritos, Harry C. 

narrower. Jack S. 
306 152, 155, 186, 221 

233, 253, 468 
556 narrower, Steven J. 
256 Harry, Billie Ann 

Harry, Oscar J. 
420 455 

242 Hart, Henry Grady, Jr. 

Hart, Larry C. 
420 Hart, Martha Elaine 

504 527 
Hart, Richard M. 
Hart, Sandra L. 
Harte, Suzanne E. 

504 Harter, Joan Dianne 
556 Hartley, John D. 
527 431 

309 Hartley, Robert Mann 

527 
264 Hartline, Charles R. 

Hartling, Edward Wm. 
527 Hartman. Robert D. 
246 Hartnett, John F. 

455 
218 Hartzler, Mary Lenoir 

Hartzog, James V. 



556 


Hartzog, Sherry Lee 


557 


253 


Harvey, Aaron 
527 


278 


504 


Harvey, Alton Lester 


557 


527 


Harvey, Bruce Randall 


105 


504 


527 






Harvey, Harlock W., Ill 


469 


556 


Haselden, Alford 


557 




Haselden, Emory D. 


443 


227 


Hash, Thomas F. 


5041 




Hass, Jane Watson 


164 


276 


310, 528 






Hasselback, Robert H. 


557 


504 


Hasskamp, Wm Hartman 


557 


556 


Hasslinger, Mark E. 
431 


229 




Hastings, Michael R. 


528 


527 


Hasty, Leonard J., Jr. 




468 


Hasty, Stephen Thomas 


528 


455 


Hatchell, Charles D. 


557 


527 


Hatchell, Rodger F. 


229 


289 


528 






Hathazy, Ronald J. 


504 


556 


Hauseman, David N. 


504 


527 


Haw, Elizabeth M. 
Haw, Larry S., Jr. 




504 


Hawkins, Ethel J. 


557 


261 


Hawkins, Fletcher G. 


528 




Hawkins, Frank G. 


528 


556 


Hawkins, Hellen F. 
Hawkins, Lola Head 


504 


556 


Hawkins, Margaret L. 


528 


483 


Hawkins, Phillip Lane 


528 


527 


Hawkins, Patrick Ryan 


443 


556 


Hawkins, Sandra Lou 


557 




Hawkins, William C, Jr. 


455 


260 


Hawthorne, Jeffrey L. 


504 




Hay, James H. 


267 


170 


528 






Hayden, Wm Henry 


557 


170 


Hayes, Barbara J. 


310 




Hayes, Joseph Trus 


557 


556 


Hayes, Kenneth Bruce 


528 


443 


Hayes, Linda Elaine 


557 


527 


Hayes, Lera Olivia 




556 


Hayes, Mary Alice J. 




105 


Hayes, Michael A. 


557 




Hayes, Roger D. 


105 


527 


455 




226 


Hayes, Rueben K. 






Hayes, Stephen J. 


246 


527 


Hayes, Terry Ann 


528 


504 


Hayes, Thomas R. 


469 




Haythorne, Douglas K. 


504 




Haywood, Jamie L. 


274 




557 






Hazelwood, Rober M. 


483 


556 


Head, Ernest Franklin 


557 


151 


Head, James D., Ill 


504 




Heath, Richard E., Jr. 


264 


84 


443 






Heath, Wayne H. 


304 


556 


443 




281 


Heath, Wm Michael 


557 




Heaton, Malcolm E. 


557 


483 


Heck, Charles C. 


557 


431 


Heffner, Danny Earl 


557 


149 


Heffron, Michael T. 
Hefner, Larry D. 


557 




Heggood, Susan Dale 


242 


557 


557 




527 


Hehn, Jonathan Marcus 


557 


271 


Heins, August Erwin 


557 




Heintz, Keith F. 


504 


527 


Heifer, Erika A. 


504 


468 


Heller, Donald R. 


504 


306 


Heller, Patricia A. 
Hellwig, Ellen P. 


504 


557 


Helms, James Mark 


528 


504 


Helms, James W., Jr. 




527 


Helms, Richard Joe 


557 


527 


Helsing, Erick R. 


557 


161 


Hemphill, John A. 


431 




Hemphill, James C, IV 


528 


267 


Henderson, Cheryl E. 
Henderson, C. Warren 




527 


Henderson, Donald C. 




527 


Henderson, James A. 


443 


557 


528 




271 


Henderson, Jas Eldon 






Henderson, LykesS., Jr. 


224 


557 


276 




557 


Henderson, Leonard T. 


528 



Henderson, Richard C. 
Henderson, Robert R. 

469 
Henderson, Ronald T. 
Henderson, Thomas R. 
Henderson, Van Lloyd 
Henderson, Wm Steve 
Hendricks, George B. 
Hendricks, James R., Jr. 

229, 230, 234, 250, 
Hendricks, Phil Lamar 
Hendricks, Robert V. 
Hendricks, Stephen E. 

557 
Hendrix, Charles M. 

281, 557 
Hendrix, James David 

557 
Hendrix, James E. 
Hendrix, Leon J., Jr. 
Hendrix, Ralph McC. 
Hendrix, William J. 
Hendrix, William T., Jr. 
Henkel, Richard Ellis 
Henley, George C. 
Henne, Edward C, Jr. 

469 
Henning, Robert A. 

504 
Henriksen, Forrest A. 
Henrikson, Stephen B. 
Henrikson, Thomas A. 
Henry, Dale Ronald 
Henry, Dickey S. 
Hensel, John L., Jr. 
Henson, Carl Edwin 
Herbster, Paul F., Jr. 
Herlong, Dan Michael 
Herndon, Samuel Leroy 
Heron, William M. 
Herrin, Ronald T. 
Herrington, Edwin F. 

528 
Herron, Howard M. 

279, 504 
Hershberger, Ray M. 
Hertz, Bruce D. 
Hesse, Gordon L. 
Hester, John David 
Hester, Milton Steven 
Heverley, Robert Linn 
Heyn, Christopher D. 
Heyward, James E., Jr. 
Hiatt, Alan Berry 
Hickman, Darryl Ross 
Hicks, Donald C. 
Hicks, Danny Oscar 
Hicks, Lewis W. 
Hicks, Nancy L. 
Hicks, Ransom J. 
Higgins, Donald H. 
Higgins, Eugene F. 
Hightower, John D., Jr. 
Hightower, Judson R. 
Hildebrand, Wm Guy 
Hill, Christopher C. 
Hill, David R. 
Hill, Donald R. 
Hill, Garth Lee, Jr. 
Hill, Gary M. 
Hill, Gerald William 
Hill, James A., Jr. 
Hill, Joseph Eugene 
Hills, James M., Jr. 
Hill, James R., Jr. 
Hill, John Sylvester 
Hill, Thomas M. 
Hilley, John Robert 
Hillyer, Michael J. 
Hilsman, David L. 
Hilton, George B. 
Himmel, Ronald Gene 
Hind, John K. 
Hindman, Donald L. 
Hindman, Joan Maurene 

528 
Hines, Kenneth F. 
Hinkel, Dale Owen 
Hinson, Albert A. 

456 
Hinson, Clinton R. 

187, 504 
Hinson, James R. 



528 


Hinson, Joseph T., Jr. 


443 


248 


Hinson, Stephen L. 
504 


105 


557 


Hinson, William R. 




528 


Hinton, Rodger F. 


557 


528 


Hipp, Charles R., Jr. 


504 


557 


Hipp, Tommy C. 


431 


557 


Hiser, Frederick L, Jr. 


105 


204 


528 




469 


Hixon, George C, Jr. 


469 


557 


Hixson, Stephen L. 


504 




Hlubb, Paul F., Jr. 


281 


222 


528 






Hoag, John R. 


155 


274 


202,221,233,443 
Hobbs, Allen M. 




241 


Hobbs, Curtis Leslie 


557 




Hobbs, Oswald T., Jr. 


151 




264, 528 






Hockenberry, Mary L. 


260 


528 


558 






Hodge, Jerry W. 


558 


254 


Hodges, Allen Hardy 


170 


557 


171, 218,528 




420 


Hodges, Joseph P., Jr. 


528 


246 


Hodgson, Elizabeth W. 






Hodgson, Joseph R., Jr. 


152 


250 


Hoefer, Joel M. 


558 




Hoffman, Sara Ann 


558 


557 


Hoffman, Van B. 


258 


557 


420 




528 


Hoffmeyer, George H. T. 


504 


557 


Hoffmeyer, Louis Y. 


528 


557 


Hogan, Curtis S., Jr. 


558 


557 


Hogan, David Wayne 


558 


557 


Hogg, Ronald J. 


504 


528 


Holbrook, David M. 


261 


557 


304 




528 


Holcombe, Claude Delk 


558 


528 


Holcombe, James 0. 


504 




Holcombe, James Roy 


504 


229 


Holcombe, Perry Dean 


528 




Holcombe, Susan G. 


558 


246 


Holden, Sandra Alicia 
558 


147 


528 


Holden, Wm Lee, Jr. 


558 




Holder, William D. 


246 


504 


469 




557 


Holladay, Charles H. 


226 


557 


504 




528 


Holland, Charles R. 


504 


557 


Holland, Edward J., Jr. 


528 


504 


Holland, Lyman L. 




504 


Holland, Max G. 




557 


Holland, William R. 


420 


557 


Holle, Wm Frederick 


528 


557 


Holleman, Laurie Anne 


283 


455 


558 




557 


Holliday, David M. 


558 


248 


Holliday, Edward P. 


504 




Holliday, Elaine R. 


504 


557 


Holliday, WmS., Jr. 


504 


528 


Hollister, John W., Ill 


528 




Holloway, David A. 


558 


557 


Holloway, Lee Otis 


528 


557 


Holman, David 0. 


150 


455 


264, 504 






Holman, Frank K., Ill 


504 


528 


Holman, James R. 




504 


Holmes, Billy Joe 




528 


Holmes, Christopher 


558 


557 


Holmes, Charles M. 


528 


528 


Holmes, Danny D. 




528 


Holmes, David M, 
558 


277 


528 


Holmes, Stewart M. 


304 


504 


Holmes, Velda C. 
Holshouser, H. L., Jr. 


558 


469 


Hoist, Leon T., Jr. 




420 


Holstein, Thomas D. 
528 


272 


557 


Holton, Mary S. 


281 


224 


504 




225 


Holzshu, Paul M. 


558 


310 


Homan, Billy Bert 
558 


222, 


504 


Hood, James D. 


504! 


528 


Hood, Patricia L. 


558! 


262 


Hood, Wm David 


558 




Hook, Charles R. 


105! 


105 


443 






Hooks, Robert B., Jr. 


528 




Hooper, George Lee 


558 



tA. 



NAME 

Hope, Robert E., Jr. 

504 
Hopkins, John G., Jr. 
Hopper, Henry Lee 
Hopper, Horace R. 
Hopper, Junius S. 
Home, Daniel Cletus 

528 
Home, Eleanor Diane 
Horres, John Jacob 

558 
Horres, Donald James 
Horton, John A., Ill 
Horton, John C. 

230, 504 
Horton, Michael Lee 

528 
Horton, Paul M. 
Horton, Roy Ernest 

528 
Hostetler, John H. 

456 
Hotinger, Suzanne 

528 
Houck, Bates Riley 
Houck, Charles H. 
Houck, Sanford, Jr. 
Householder, R. S., Jr. 
Houseman, Robert W. 
Houston, Charles I., Jr. 
Houston, Terry D. 
Houx, Phyllis Irene 
Howard, Beverly E., Jr. 
Howard, Charles R., Jr. 
Howard, Debby Ann 
Howard, Harry H., Ill 
Howard, Michael R. 
Howard, Norman A. 
Howard, Stephen G. 
Howard, Walter T. 
Howell, George D. 
Howell, John R., Jr. 
Howell, William H. 
Howes, Howard R. 
Howie, Calvin Tycho 
Hubbard, Greer C. 
Hubbard, Julius C, III 

505 
Hubbard, H. Susan 

223, 558 
Hubbard, Stuart Jay 
Huckabay, David A. 

420 
Huckaby, Charles B. 

505 
Huckaby, James W. 
Hudgens, Anna Ruth 

558 
Hudgens, Barbara Ann 
Hudgens, James M. 

456 
Hudgins, Thomas E. 
Hudson, Calvin L. 
Hudson, Larry Paul 
Hudson, M. Elizabeth 

443 
Hudson, Mark Richards 
Hudson, Richard H. 
Huey, Cleveland A. 
Huey, Cecil O., Jr. 
Huff, David E. 
Huff, James D., Jr. 
Huff, James Wallace 
Huff, Randolph B. 
Huff, Raymond T. 
Huffman, James R. 
Huffman, Larry Ronald 
Huffstetler, Curtis S. 

505 
Huggins, Charles W. 

558 
Huggins, Hugh L. 
Huggms, Larry Bruce 
Hughes, Buddy L. 

238, 261, 420 
Hughes, Edward M. 
Hughes, George M. 

443 
Hughes, John C. 
Hughes, Jerry Wayne 
Hughes, Mary C. 
Hughes, Randy P. 
Hughes, Russell R. 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



279 

558 
558 
431 
528 
262 

528 
274 

558 

223 

246 

420 
247 



528 

504 
456 
528 
504 

528 

528 
558 
528 
277 
558 
504 
469 
504 
504 
505 
505 
558 
528 
218 

147 

558 
272 



505 
274 



505 
158 



529 
306 



Hughes, William M. 
Hughes, Warden W. 
Hughey, Marlene T. 
Hughey, Parris M. 
Hughey, Ronald D. 

224, 277 
Hull, Kenneth Ray 
Humberd, David S. 
Humphrey, Charles D. 
Humphrey, Charles H. 
Hemphrey, Kenneth A. 

264, 505 
Humphreys, Morgan R. 
Humphries, Thomas C. 
Hunnicutt, Helen M. 
Hunnicutt, Michael D. 
Hunt, Daniel Edward 
Hunt, Daniel H. 

153, 529 
Hunt, Irving Wm., Ill 

152, 558 
Hunt, John Geoffrey 

529 
Hunt, Robert T., Jr. 
Hunter, Carrell A. 

309, 505 
Hunter, Charles W. 
Hunter, David F. 
Hunter, George D., Jr. 
Hunter, Georgia Ellis 
Hunter, Harold H., Jr. 
Hunter, Jane G. 
Hunter, Joseph J., Ill 
Hunter, Jack L. 
Hunter, Joseph S. 
Hunter, James T. 
Huntley, Patrick W. 

505 
Hurley, Hugh Edward 
Hurley, Noel McKay 
Hurray, Robert Henry 
Hursey, Joh E. 
Hursey, Robert B. 
Hurst, James C, Jr. 
Jurt, Alvin Judson 
Hustler, George Lloyd 
Hutcheson, Aaron A. 
Hutcheson, Edward T. 
Hutchinson, Stephen F. 
Hutson, Patricia Shaw 
Hutto, David Ruple 
Hutto, Martin H. 
Hutto, Roger O. 
Hutto, Wilburn L., Jr. 
Hyatt, Gregory S. 
Hyatt, Lonnie R. 
Hyatt, Pamela Jill 
Hyatt, William A. 

469 
Hyden, John William 
Hyder, Alexsandra C. 

558 
Hyder, Toy Wayne 
Hyman, Earl L. 

Ibrahim, Ibrahim M. 
Illman, Barry L. 



505 
529 
529 



558 
505 



227 

558 
558 
505 
558 
263 
152, 

150 



558 
281 

505 
529 
420 
558 

558 
505 

271 
420 
267 



529 
469 
529 

558 
558 



529 
456 
505 
529 
505 
558 
558 
248 



505 
456 





Inabinet, Andrew P. 


456 


505 


Indyk, Gary S. 


505 




Ingles, Michael A. 


443 




Inglis, Stephen P. 


558 


505 


Irelan, Frank Henry 


105 


529 


529 






Irick, Edward Francis 


529 


529 


Irick, Wm Ronald 


529 


505 


Irving, John Wolfs 


558 


505 


Isenberg, Joel K. 


558 


274 


Isenhour, Robert W. 






Ivester, Wm Alan 


558 


281 


Ivey, Danny Charles 


558 


420 


Jackel, David G. 


484 


529 


Jackel, Dana L. 


505 


217 


Jacks, Diane E. 


443 




Jackson, Beverly Jo 


529 


558 


Jackson, Carol E. 


310 


243 


456 






Jackson, Charles Ray 


529 




Jackson, Donald F., Jr. 


558 


558 


Jackson, Daniel R. 


247 


528 


505 




558 


Jackson, Evelyn C. 


558 




Jackson, Emma Jean 


529 



Jr. 



Jackson, Glen John 
Jackson, Herman B., Ji 
Jackson, Harold D., Jr. 
Jackson, James F. 

469 
Jackson, Jack J. 

233, 456 
Jackson, Jackie L. 
Jackson, Leiand A. 
Jackson, Philip W. 
Jackson, Ruth Dunlap 
Jackson, Robert Nash 
Jackson, Ryan T., Ill 

505 
Jackson, Sallie M. 

431 
Jackson, Sammy S. 
Jackson, Thomas C. 
Jackson, Terry L. 
Jackson, William E 
Jackson, William T. 
Jacobs, Glenn K. 
Jacobs, Joseph S. 

469 
Jacobs, Thomas Lee 
Jacobs, Wm Plumer, Jr 

529 
Jacques, John D. 
Jager, Charles W. 
Jain, Ramesh Chander 
James, Dennis W. 
James, Frances C. 
James, Grady H. 
James, Harold Senn 
James, Joseph D. 
James, John Charles 
James, Larry Clifford 

529 
James, Richard D. 
James, Ronald D. 
James, Sylvia Anne 
James, William J. 
Jameson, Henry R. 

529 
Jamison, Ellis M., Jr. 
Jamison, Robert E. 
Jamison, Robert G. 

529 
Jamison, Richard M. 
Jamison, Thomas A 
Jamison, Thomas S. 
Janas, Teddee Laura 
Jay, John Henry 
Jaynes, John Robert 
Jebaily, Gerard C. 

264, 505 
Jeffcoat, Gail D. 
Jeffcoat, John L., Jr. 

484 
Jeffers, John T. 
Jeffords, Alton B. 
Jeffords, Albert E. 
Jeffords, Ben C. 
Jeffords, Ernest Gary 
Jeffords, Samuel J. 
Jeffries, Francis A. 

505 
Jenkins, Arthur C, III 
Jenkins, Arcada F. 
Jenkins, Arthur W. 
Jenkins, Bruce Wm 
Jenkins, Carlton E. 

484 
Jenkins, Guy Arvin 

529 
Jenkins, George W. 
Jenkins, Howell E. 
Jenkins, Julia Ann 

529 
Jenkins, Jerry L. 

456 
Jenkins, John M. 
Jenkins, Wilber H. 
Jennings, Charles W. 

469 
Jennings, Eugene E. 

559 
Jennings, Gerald M. 
Jennings, James J. 
Jennings, Wayne D. 
Jensen, Cheryl Denise 
Jensen, James John 

529 



III 



484 
250 



105 
558 
558 

529 
105 



505 

444 
421 
484 

250 

529 
247 

505 
469 



558 
558 

559 
529 
267 



505 
559 
484 
244 

559 
529 
105 

529 
559 

529 
559 
529 
218 

559 
224 

505 
505 
505 
469 
529 

262 

431 
505 
505 
559 
306 



469 
505 
310 



529 
559 
505 
258 



Jr. 



Jeter, Dexter G., Ill 

559 
Jeter, Sheldon M. 

234, 469 
Johns, Douglas C. 
Johns, James A., Ill 
Johnson, Albert W. 
Johnson, Conor D. 
Johnson, Charles R. 
Johnson, Danie A. 

505 
Johnson, Don Eugene 

559 
Johnson, Don K. 
Johnson, Daniel R. 

484 
Johnson, Gary M. 

505 
Johnson, Herbert A 

253, 469 
Johnson, Harold L. 

305, 505 
Johnson, Horace S. 
Johnson, Harold W., Jr, 
Johnson, James B. 
Johnson, John Hale 
Johnson, James Leroy 
Johnson, John M. 

529 
Johnson, Laval H. 
Johnson, Laura Rogers 
Johnson, Milledge A. 
Johnson, Mary K. 
Johnson, Michael L. 
Johnson, Pope D., Ill 
Johnson, Peter H. 
Johnson, Pricilla Kay 
Johnson, Phillip W. 
Johnson, Richard A. 
Johnson, Roger Dale 
Johnson, Robert McC. 

559 
Johnson, Richard W. 
Johnson, Stepehn Dale 
Johnson, Stanley T. 

559 
Johnson, Thomas A. 

559 
Johnson, William A. 
Johnson, William G. 

444 
Johnson, Wiley H., Jr. 
Johnson, Wlater J., Jr. 

559 
Johnston, Albert E. 

469 
Johnston, John H. 
Johnston, Melvin C. 
Johnstone, Alan 
Jolley, Roger D. 
Jolly, Albert B., Jr. 
Jolly, Robert Henry 
Jones, Barry Neil 
Jones, Casey Bartlett 
Jones, Carl H., Ill 
Jones, Clyde H., Jr. 

229, 247 
Jones. Champ Mc, Jr. 
Jones, Daniel Hare, Jr. 
Jones, David J., Jr. 
Jones, David L. 
Jones, Deanna T. 
Jones, Donald Thad 
Jones, Douglas W. 
Jones, Evander S. 
Jones, Gregory Alan 

559 
Jones, George Leslie 

529 
Jones, George Tripp 
Jones, Homer Earl, Jr. 
Jones, Howard M. 

505 
Jones, Howard Martin 
Jones, Howard T. 
Jones, John Boyce 
Jones, Joseph C. 
Jones, John D. 
Jones, Joe Frank 
Jones, Joe Kenneth 
Jones, Janie Pearl 
Jones, John R. 
Jones, James W., Jr. 



281 
229 



505 
505 



529 
158 



505 
247 



247 
248 



529 
505 
559 
529 
529 
105 

529 
456 
559 
559 
559 
529 
505 
529 
559 
529 
559 
277 



559 
229 



505 
146 



484 
229 



559 
505 
505 
505 
529 
559 
559 
505 
505 

529 
559 
421 
559 

529 
505 
505 
153 



559 
529 
250 



559 
529 

559 
559 
559 
484 
505 



Jones, Kenneth H. 
Jones, Kenneth Miley 
Jones, Kathleen S. 
Jones, Lennox K. 
Jones, Minnie Clarice 
Jones, Morelle C. 
Jones, Marilyn J. 

310,506 
Jones, Michael Keith 
Jones, Martinza L. 

529 
Jones, Michael R. 
Jones, Mary S. 
Jones, Peggy A. 
Jones, Roy A. 

506 
Jones, Robert Loie 
Jones, Richard M., Jr. 
Jones, Rudolph M., Jr. 

469 
Jones, Robert S. 
Jones, Raymoth Wm. Jr. 
Jones, Ronald W. 
Jones, Stephen Andrew 
Jones, Steve L. 

304, 484 
Jones, Tony A. 
Jones, Taylor Bowman 
Jones, Thomas L. 
Jones, Thomas Robert 
Jones, Theodore E. 
Jordan, Clifton K. 
Jordan, James Carl 
Jordan, John D. 
Jordan, James Edward 
Jordan, Joseph W. 

469 
Jordan, Kenneth F. 
Jordan, Lewis Albert 
Jordan, Larry Vernon 
Jordan, Robert M. 

484 
Jordan, William F. 
Jordan, William H. 

530 
Jordan, Wm. Lamar 
Josey, John Wesley 
Jowers, James C, Jr. 

506 
Joye, Dennis L. 
Joye, Harry A., Jr. 
Jumper, Billy C, Jr. 
Jumper, Philip H. 
Jurecek, Harvey 
Justis, Robert C, Jr. 
Kaba, Richard A. 

506 
Kahler, Cynthia R. 
Kahler, Donald S., Jr. 
Kahler, Martha L. 
Kahrs, Wm. Henry 
Kalley, Bruce L. 
Kambhu, Kawi 
Kambhu, Patsy S. 
Kamen, Ian Bradley 
Kammoun, George Jirji 
Kane, Richard Thomas 
Kania, Francis E. 
Kapelis, Lia 
Kapp, Richard Henry 
Karesh, Stephen M. 
Karesh, Sara Rachel 
Karlton, Julia Ann 
Karpik Wm. Richard 
Kasha, Michael C. 
Kaskin, David E. 
Katz, Neil F. 
Katzen, Marvin Leon 

530 
Kaulakis, Robert B. 

151, 172,444 
Kauric, William B. 
Kauserud, John P., 
Kavan, Clifford B. 

484 
Kay, David Lee 
Kay, Harold B., Jr. 
Kaylor, Hal Michael 

530 
Kearse, Sidney Martin 
Kee, Margaret E. 
Keels, Thomas D., Jr. 



Ill 



505 
559 
529 
559 
529 
431 
164 

529 
309 



506 
105 



506 
279 

529 
444 
484 
559 
289 

506 
506 
506 
559 
469 
529 

506 
530 
244 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Keels, Washington R. 


506 


Kinghorn, Edward T. 


530 


Kuester, Alan Willis 


262 


Laurey, Frances Lynn 


560 


Keeney, Bradford L. 


281 


Kinghorn, James B., Jr 


506 


506 




Lauro, James D. 


531 


559 




Kingsmore, Terry A. 


226 


Kuester, Steven Glen 


530 


Lavender, Elaine B. 




Keese, Crawford M. 


506 


Kinkaid, Donald E. 




Kuhn, Frank X. Ill 


444 


Lavender, Richard L. 


506 


Keese, Deryl C. 


421 


Kinsey, Horace D. 


218 


Kuisma, Linda Ruth 


261 


Lavker, Robert M. 




Keeter, Wm. Halbert, Jr. 


269 


530 




275, 530 




Law, Donald McD., Jr. 


531 


530 




Kirby, James R. 


506 


Kunz, Ralph Barber 


247 


Law, Philip E. 


267 


Kelaidis, Nicholas 


559 


Kirby, Robert Walker 


530 


530 




506 




Kellahan, William N. 


506 


Kirby, William H., Jr. 


506 


Kutches, Alexander J. 




Lawhon, Don Eugene, Jr. 


560 


Kellahan, Warren V. 


251 


Kirkland, Leiand R., Jr. 




Kutschenreuter, C. S. 




Lawhon, Kenneth Lee 


560 


559 




Kirkland, Margaret N. 


192 


Kutzleb, Richards. 


530 


Lawlor, Leslie M. 


506 


Kellam, Wm. Frank 


240 


560 




Kytle, Sandra G. 




Lawrence, Elaine J. 


170 


559 




Kirkpatrick, Kenneth 


506 






531 




Keller, Isaac L. 


506 


Kirkpatrick, William 


506 


Labbe, Leonder 




Lawrence, Kathleen E. 


444 


Kellett, Fred, Jr. 


559 


Kish, Alex Joseph 




Lacey, Ronald N. 


271 


Lawson, Larry Lester 


105 


Kellett, JamesP., IV 


559 


Kiskel, Keith J. 


253 


456 




531 




Kellett, Stanley R. 


181 


279, 506 




Lacher, William L. 


456 


Lawson, Terry M. 


247 


444 




Kissam, William T. 


105 


Ladd, Linda J. 


530 


531 




Kelley, Charles A. 


559 


262, 456 




Laden, Gary James 


530 


Lawton, Francis A. 


560 


Kelley, Charles F. 


105 


Kitchens, Ronald D. 


105 


Ladewig, David G. 


560 


Lawton, Francis A., Jr. 




233, 444 




456 




Lafleur, Karen M. 




Lawton, John G. 


506 


Kelley, Ivan F., Ill 


456 


Klahre, Thomas H. 


530 


Laforge, Robert L. 


530 


Lawton, James M. 


202 


Kelley, Jerry Lamar 


530 


Klawitter, Jerome J. 




Lafoy, John B. 


432 


269, 281, 444 




Kelley, James Manly 


530 


Klebe,E. Carlton 




Lage, Bruce Trent 


560 


Lawton, Marion R. 


531 


Kelley, Wayne C. 


530 


Klein, Carol Lee 




Lagrone, Arthur W., Jr. 


277 


Lawton, Robert P. 


262 


Kelley, Willie J.. Jr. 


559 


Klein, Violet Scott 


456 


305, 485 




560 




Kelly, Gary Leroy 


559 


Klemett, Ted M. 


560 


Laitala, Evron M. 


506 


Lawyer, Charles A. 


506 


Kelly, Joseph W., Jr. 


226 


Klinck, Susan E. 


306 


Lake, Kenneth Wm. 


530 


Lay, Clarence W. 


560 


530 




530 




Lake, Michael A. 


247 


Layton, Richard P. 


531 


Kelly, Karen E. 




Kline, Stephen W. 


560 


506 




Lazar, Stephen M. 


560 


Kelly, Katherine F. 




Klintworth, John L. 


506 


Lake, Nancy L. 


560 


Leach, Alvin A. 


531 


Kelly, Mark E. 


105 


Kloba, Anthony A. 




Lake, Robert J. 


506 


Leach, Barry D. 




506 




Klosky, James M. 


530 


Lalor, Keith Allen 


560 


Leaird, Wm Gary 


560 


Kelly, Rodney Alvin 


530 


Klugh, Thomas S., Jr. 


506 


Lam, Carlos F., Jr. 




Leaman, Marshall A., Jr. 


560 


Kelly, Robert George 


530 


Knechtges, John F. 




Lam, Chan Fun 




Leard, Bobbie R. 




Kelly, William D., Jr. 


432 


Kneece, John E. 


421 


Lam, Ruth Lee 




Leary, f uy Bernard 


531 


Kelsey, James Patrick 


559 


Knight, Franklin Neal 


530 


Lamar, Ralph Dixon 


530 


Lease, Lynn R. 


229 


Kemmerlin, Thomas L. 


560 


Knight, George J., Jr. 


485 


Lamb, Robert Marshall 


560 


230, 234, 470 




Kendall, Larry R. 


431 


Knight, James Alton 


560 


Lambert, Dorothy Lee 


190 


Leatherman, Linda T. 




Kennedy, Charles D. 


530 


Knight, James M. 


235 


Lambert, Edythe R. 




Ledbetter, Martha Sue 




Kennedy, Charles E., II 




421 




Lambert, Frank L., Ill 




Leddon, Warren E. 


267 


Kennedy, Donald R. 


506 


Knight, John Richard 


530 


Lambert, Linda C. 


444 


470 




Kennedy, Harold Mack 


261 


Knight, Lora K. 


560 


Lampros, James J. 


530 


Lee, Cheryl L. 


531 


530 




Knight, Larry R. 


506 


Lancianese, Joan E. 


306 


Lee, Charles R. 




Kennedy, Wm. J., Ill 


484 


Knight, Margaret Ann 


506 


456 




Lee, Franklin Carver 


560 


Kennette, Samuel D. 


506 


Knight, Mary Ellen 


530 


Land, Kenneth S. 


560 


Lee, Han C. 


432 


Kent, Richard P. 


444 


Knight, Mary Jo Anne 


560 


Landers, DAvid M. 


506 


Lee, James Austin 


560 


Kenyon, David C. 




Knight, Odious O., Jr. 


485 


Landers, Janice M. 


530 


Lee, J. Keith 


444 


Kerrigan, Richard C. 


444 


Knight, Stephen J., Jr. 


560 


Landrum, Richard V. 


560 


Lee, Larry Edward 


560 


Kersey, Sidney P., Jr. 


221 


Knighton, Benj. L., Jr. 


444 


Lane, Gryason P. 


444 


Lee, Larry W. 


209 


229, 230, 266, 470 




Knoerr, Robert Arnold 


267 


Lane, Tommy P., Jr. 


253 


470 




Kessler, Milnor P., Jr. 


530 


530 




470 




Lee, Robert Earle 




Kester, Ann Elliott 


560 


Knowles, Robert B. 


530 


Laney, Charlie Scott 


560 


Lee, Richard Foon 


531 


Key, Bobby Nathan 


253 


Knowles, Rupert G., Jr. 




Laney, John Wilson 


560 


Lee, Robert Pual 


531 


530 




Knowles, Robert R. 


444 


Laney, Thomas B., Jr 


530 


Lee, Stan Ronald 


560 


Keys, Kathryn Ellen 


560 


560 




Lanford, Bobby L. 




Lee, Thomas B. 


506 


Keys, Larry M. 


105 


Knowles, William T. 


208 


Lanford, John T., II 


506 


Lee, Thomas Daren 




456 




470 




Lanford, Lewis Keith 


531 


Lee, Tyre D., Jr. 


444 


Kilby, Richard E. 


530 


Knoy, Kathryn W. 


192 


Langford, Marian E. 


560 


Lee, Terry L. 


506 


Kimbrell, Custis C. 


421 


223, 560 




Langford, William D. 


485 


Lee, Wm Kenneth 




Kimball, John Michael 


560 


Knudson, Donlad B., Jr. 


247 


Langley, Douglas B. 


560 


Leeke, Thomas Terrell 


531 


Kimbrell, William D. 


560 


506 




Langley, Edward B. 


560 


Legnetti, Philip J. 


560 


Kimes, Delores A. 


506 


Knust, Jac Edward 


530 


Langley, Harry M. 




Legrand, Jack A., Jr. 


506 


Kinard, Hubert Ira 


261 


Knust, Kenard M. 


218 


Langley, Larry C. 


530 


Lehecka, Charlotte F. 


506 


560 




506 




Langley, Leon H., Jr. 


421 


Lehecka, John A. 


272 


Kinard, James Ira 


530 


Kobs, Leo Joseph 


560 


Langley, Roger N. 


531 


421 




Kinder, Harvey J. 


506 


Koch, John D. 


258 


Langley, Thomas K. 




Lehmann, James Arnold 


531 


King, Diana Runkle 




421 




Lanham, Linda Jean 


506 


Lehotsky, Paul E. 


271 


King, Donnie R. 


444 


Koczan, David Alan 


560 


Lanier, Bruce N., Jr. 


233 


456 




King, Francis M., Jr. 


253 


Koger, Robert M., Jr. 


485 


485 




Leininger, Theodore 


560 


470 




Kohl, James Douglas 


560 


Lank, David James 


171 


Leith, Robert Bruce 


560 


King. Francis W. 


530 


Kolb, R. Frank 


263 


560 




Leinad, Thomas M. 




King, Grady A., Jr. 




281,485 




Lankford, Francis W. 


531 


Lemacks, John Carroll 


561 


King, Jack Herbert 


105 


Koon, Jimmy Dale 


560 


Lapin, Jeffrey J. 


145 


Lemacks, Robert E. 


367 


530 




Koretz, Barry R. 


432 


152, 153, 227, 506 




507 




King, Jo Jewell 


530 


Kormanicki, David Wm. 


105 


Laplaca, Andrew 


218 


Lemire, Joseph W., Jr. 


531 


King, James Melton 


506 


530 




456 




Len, James C. 


432 


King, James Michael 




Kornegay, Billy H. 




Laroche, Evans A., Jr. 


225 


Lenhardt, Robert Cody 


531 


King, Kenneth Vinton 


530 


Koss, David Michael 


560 


242, 470 




Lentz, H. Donnis 


531 


King, Lloyd Govan, Jr. 


560 


Kossler, Judith Anne 


560 


Laroche, Edward B., Jr. 


203 


Leonard, Michael W. 


258 


King, M. Dalrymple 




Kostyra, Frank 


159 


224, 277, 485 




421 




King, Michael Edwin 


560 


258, 421 




Laroche, Julius M. 


506 


Leonard, Thomas F. 


531 


King, Mary Sojourner 


444 


Kowalski, Larry M. 




Laroche, Micah J., Ill 


506 


Lesemann, Lawrence Wm 


561 


King, Oscar Stanley 


530 


Kozma, Paul J. 


485 


Larsen, Wm. A., Jr. 




Lesesne, William E. 


507 


King, Pamela Joy 


506 


Krabel, Jeffrey R. 




Lashley, Wm. A., Jr. 


531 


Lesley, Donald G. 


507 


King, Roachel Dent 


279 


Kraft, Judson Alan 


560 


Lassahn, Edward E., Jr. 


531 


Lesley, Edwin Odell 


531 


560 




Krebs, William F., Ill 


217 


Latham, Frederick L. 


531 


Lesley, Ronnie Hudson 


531 


King, Robert J. 


484 


421 




Lathan, Ed Thomas 


531 


Lesslie, John Arthur 


561 


King, Robert Taylor 


530 


Kress, Dean Herbert 


560 


Lathem, Margaret E. 


560 


Lester, Julie Anne 


561 


King, Thomas Mitchel 


530 


Krickhan, David L. 


560 


Latimer, Jo Anne 


531 


Lever, Jack Q., Jr. 


531 


King, William A., II 


530 


Kromka, Edward R. 


560 


Latimer, John Y. 


506 


Levine, Allen M. 


507 


Kinghorn, Anderson M. 


229 


Krudener, Arthur D. 


251 


Laubach, Wm. John 


560 


Levine, Paul F. 


175 


251,506 




470 




Laurent, Eugene A 




432 





Lewis, Archie J., Ill 

421 
Lewis, Clyde L. 
Lewis, Dodge P. 
Lewis, John E., Jr. 
Lewis, John G. 
Lewis, Martin Boyd 
Lewis, Peter L. 
Lewis, Robert D. 
Lewter, Steve Jay 
Leyh, Joseph C, Jr. 
Lhotsky, Joseph M. 

507 
Liao, Nan Senn 
Liao, Sheong Sang 
Libby, Allan Winfield 

190, 531 
Libby, Carl E. 
Liberatore, Frank P. 

456 
Liberty, Donald J. 
Lide, Edgar Dargan 
Lidsky, Arthur J. 
Lillis, Gary Alan 

531 
Limbaugh, Douglas E. 
Lin, Chung Chuan 
Linder, Fred K. 
Linder, Virgil F., Jr. 
Lindfors, Ralph F. 
Lindler, Arthur B., Ill 
Lindsay, John C, Jr. 
Lindsay, Susan 
Lindsay, Donald R. 
Lindsey, James M., Jr. 
Lindsey, Kenneth Lane 
Lindstrom, Wm Alfred 
Lineberger, John M., Jr. 
Liner, Gaines H. 
Liner, Robert Allen 
Lingle, Norman H. 
Link, George Gregory 
Linke, Ray E. 

507 
Linthicum, Bruce T. 
Liphard, Robert E. 
Lippi, Torre John 
Lipscomb, Michael S. 
Lipscomb, Robert L. 

531 
Liskey, James David 
Little, Allan B., Jr. 

421 
Little, David D., Jr. 

470 
Little, Kaye S. 
Little, Robert L. 

421 
Little, Sue Ann P. 
Little, Thomas P. 
Littlejohn, David G. 

561 
Littlejohn, Doris M. 
Littlejohn, Frances W. 
Littlejohn, Herbert T. 

230, 444 
Littlejohn, Jesse B. 
Livingston, John A. 
Livingston, James V. 
Livingston, Whitner K. 
Lloyd, Robert A., Jr. 
Lockaby, Charles Wm 
Lockaby, Frances H. 
Locke, William C, Jr. 
Lockery, James E., Jr. 
Locklair, Michael L. 

507 
Lockwood, Dennis H. 

531 
Lodgek, Edwin A. 
Loef, Sanford Harold 
Lofstrom, Donald Jay 
Lofton, Alexander L. 
Lofton, Joyce Paschal 
Logan, Joseph Wayne 
Logan, Marlin D. 
Lollis, Jerry Lee 
London, Robert C. 
Long, Eddie Gene 
Long, Floyd S. 
Long, George M. 
Long, John F. 
Long, Larry E. 

256, 421 



531 

561 
561 
561 
485 
561 
561 
507 
105 



444 
105 

507 
561 
432 
254 



485 
456 
507 
561 
561 
507 
561 
531 
507 



531 
531 
531 
189 

507 
507 
561 
485 
251 

561 
258 



531 
171 



531 
507 
531 
305 



507 
531 

105 



485 
531 
531 
531 
561 
531 

561 
432 

485 
507 
507 
244 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Long, Roy D. 


244 


457 




Long, Terry Lockman 


531 


Long, Thomas Wm 


561 


Longshore, James M. 


561 


Longshore, Randolph E. 




Looney, Dennis C. 


531 


Looney, Donald F. 


470 


Looney, Donnie Lamar 


561 


Lopez, Luis E. 




Lorance, Robert Wayen 


531 


Lord, Andrew B. 


277 


485 




Lorenzini, Craig J. 


470 


Loughridge, James E. 


445 


Love, James F., Jr. 


217 


457 




Love, Keith S. 


507 


Love, Samuel D., Jr. 


240 


561 




Lovell, Johnny B. 


507 


Lovett, Randolph F. 


531 


Lovette, Donald C. 


561 


Lowe, James H. 


457 


Lowe, Robert Stephen 


531 


Lowell, Robert J. 




Lowrance, Harold W., Jr. 


531 


Lowry, Bruce W. 


507 


Lucius, Gene Powell 


260 


Lufi, Eldon David 


470 


Luker, Talmadge H. 


507 


Lukowski, Joseph, Jr. 


561 


Lunceford, Jay R. 


445 


Lund, Carl M., Jr. 


264 


445 




Lupo, Perry Irvine 


531 


Lusk, Kathryn Anne 


531 


Lusk, Robert Patrick 


561 


Luther, Charles M., Jr. 


561 


Lutz, Karen B. 


507 


Luzzi, Richard A. 


105 


507 




Lybrand, Benjamen R. 


561 


Lybrand, Curtis W. 


561 


Lyle, John D., Jr. 


218 


421 




Lynch, David Craig 


531 


Lynch, Ronald F. 


470 


Lynes, Julianne 


561 


Lynn, Betty C. 


309 


507 




Lynn, Herman P. 




Lynn, John C. 


507 


Lynn, Joe H. 


276 


277, 485 




Lynn, Louis B. 


260 


561 




Lynn, Roger Samuel 


561 


Lyons, Robert A., Jr. 


531 



McCabe, Wm Morrall 
McAbee, Marvin E. 
McAbee, Michael Louie 
McAlhany, Helen D. 

561 
McAlhany, John Wm 
McAliley, John E. 

507 
McAliley, James P., Jr. 
McAlister, Arthur E. 
McAlister, C. E., Jr. 
McAlister, Gerald K. 
McAlister, Jeannette 
McAlister, Van J. 
McAllister, Angela C. 
McAllister, H. D., Jr. 
McAmish, Larry H. 

445 
McAninch, William J. 
McArthur, Margaret E. 

445 
McBrayer, Harry E. 

507 
McBridge, John F., Ill 
McBurnett, Raymond P. 
McCabe, John D. 

561 
McCabe, Keith S. 
McCall, Melvin R., Jr. 
McCall, Ronald Joe 
McCallum, Daniel B. 
McCammon, James R. 
McCanless, William V. 



561 
507 
531 
275 



229 

507 
561 
507 
485 
532 
532 
531 
507 
243 

204 
230 



470 
561 
261 

561 

532 

561 



McCann, Jackson E., Jr. 532 

McCarter, Betsy C. 561 

McCarty, Joe A. 470 

McCarty, John F. 532 
McCaskill, Linda H. 

McCaskill, Robert E. 275 

507 
McCaskill, Von H. 
McClary, James T., Jr. 

McCleave, Wm Robinson 561 

McClelion, Wm Morris 561 

McClendon, Thomas E. 507 

McCleskey, Robert G. 561 

McCleskey, Samuel L. 507 
McClimon, Hugh P. 

McClintock, Harold W. 272 

561 

McCloskey, Kirk M. 561 

McClure, Anthony E. 561 

McClure, David G. 507 

McClure, Gregory A. 105 

McClure, Michael H. 561 

McClure, Patrick M. 532 

McColl, James Benton 532 

McCollough, Wm Welch 532 

McCollum, Roger Lee 561 

McCombs, Donnie R. 251 

507 

McCombs, Joel Wayne 532 

McCombs, William R. 470 

McConnell, Gary W. 485 

McConnell, John M. 561 

McConnell, Keith Ian 561 

McConnell, Wm F., Jr. 532 

McCorkle, Cavert K. 155 
146, 229, 230, 264, 445 

McCormick, Kathryn A. 561 

McCormick, Robert E. 507 
McCown, Suzanne 

McCoy, Earl O., Jr. 507 

McCoy, James Earle 561 
McCoy, Michael T. 

McCracken, J. Barry 248 
159, 227, 230, 269, 281 
485 
McCracken, Otis R. 
McCracken, T. Arden 

McCrary, Brenda Carol 561 

McCrary, Donn A. 163 

232, 289 

McCrary, Wm Reese 561 

McCrorey, Steve S. 232 

McCuen, Patricia Anne 561 

McCullough, Howard L. 561 

McCullough, Robert L. 561 

McCurry, James F. 485 

McDaniel, Diana Lynn 275 

561 

McDaniel, John Harry 532 

McDaniel, Ronald A. 105 

421 

McDaniel, Robert C, Jr. 432 

McDaniel, Reginald G. 561 
McDaniel, Thurston H. 
McDannald, Werner B. 

McDonald, James W., Jr. 562 

McDonald, Raymond D. 507 

McDonell, Nancy V. 562 

McDowell, Glen David 532 

McElrath, Larry M. 562 

McElveen, Stanely J. 247 

507 

McEntyre, Sylvia Ann 445 

McFadden, Roy P. 457 
McFaddin, Norman J. 

McGee, Charles Edward 267 

532 

McGee, Edgar C. 105 
144, 153, 155, 221, 233 
251, 470 

McGee, Jerry E. 485 

McGee, James Rochelle 532 

McGill, Earl Michael 457 

McGill, Julian E. 507 

McGill, James N., Jr. 254 

421 
McGill, Nancy Evelyn 

McGinn, Wm Charlton 532 

McGowan, Agnes E. 445 

McGowan, John G. 470 
McGriff, Maxine E. 

McGuffee, Michael G. 532 

McGuigan, Wm Patrick 532 
McGuire, Harry M. 



McHugh, Joe F., Jr. 
Mclnnes, Peter McG. 
Mclntyre, Larry F. 

152, 562 
McKamey, Douglas J. 
McKee, Sherry A. 
McKee, William J., Jr. 
McKenzie, Charles J. 
McKenzie, Herbert M. 
McKenzie, Leslie E., Jr. 
McKenzie, Marion D. 
McKenzie, Martha Nell 
McKeown, Michael 8. 

507 
McKeown, Samuel Kirk 

244, 532 
McKevlin, Thomas M., Jr. 
McKie, Paul Augustus 
McKinley, Juby M. 
McKinney, Douglas C. 
McKinney, Peter C. 
McKinney, Robert A., Jr. 
McKittrick, John D. 
McKoy, Victor G. 
McLane, James R. 

507 
McLaurin, Jewell P. 

532 
McLean, Charles David 
McLellan, David A. 
McLemore, Dan L. 
McLeod, Jacob L. 
McLeskey, James Lee 
McMahan, David Kent 
McMakin, John F. 
McMakin, Michael E. 
McManus, Wade H., Jr. 
McMichael, James M. 
McMillan, Lawrence C. 
McMillan, Richard F. 
McMullan, Jerry N. 

267, 470 
McMurray, John Lyon 
McMurtrey, Marion R. 
McNair, John Nicholas 
McNamara, Cary D. 
McNeely, Olin R. 

McIMeight, Catherine W. 
McNeight, Timothy L. 
McNeill, Barry Dean 
McNeill, Calvin R. 
McNeill, Michael E. 
McNeill, William A. 

507 
McNew, Wallace E., Jr. 
McPherson, Larry P. 

470 
McPherson, Roger J. 
McPherson, Thomas O. 
McRoberts, David D. 
McTamney, John M. 
Mabry, Boyce Edward 
Mabry, John F., Jr. 
Mabry, Janice Lee 
Mabry, William Edward 
Macaulay, Mary Anne 
Macauley, Margaret L. 

532 
MacDonald, James E. 
MacDonald, Robert J. 
Macera, Carmine John 
Macfie, McGregors. 

421 
MacFie, Wade H., Jr. 

445 
Mackay, Mary Delia 
Mackintosh, J. D., Ill 
MacLean, Ruth H. 
Macnutt, Lyman Gore 
Macomson, Perry T., Jr. 
Macvittie, Donald C. 
Madden, Samuel N. 
Madren, Kenneth V., Jr. 
Magarian, Gary V. 
Magathan, David H., Jr. 
Mahaffey, Joel R. 

508 
Mahon, James Roger 
Major, Charles R., Jr. 
Maksymowicz, William 

562 
Maland, Mark 



507 
562 
150 

507 
445 
507 
562 
532 
562 
507 
562 
224 



445 
562 

532 
485 
532 

532 
105 



532 
532 

421 
562 
562 
532 

562 
532 
562 
562 
204 

532 
507 
532 
507 
507 

562 
174 
562 
562 
562 
256 



532 

507 
532 
532 
507 
562 
562 

309 

562 
562 
532 
235 



532 
507 



562 
562 



507 
507 
507 
233 

508 
457 
272 



Malcom, Carol A. 
Malcom, Joseph Adams 
Mallaney, Robert G. 
Mallory, Jean 

310, 508 
Malloy, Dennis John 
Malmgren, John C. 
Malphrus, Bobby Dale 

562 
Malphrus, Lewis D., Jr. 

254, 508 
Malphrus, Phillip W. 
Malthouse, Nancy S. 
Mandeville, John M. 
Maner, Carol Lawton 
Maner, James K., Jr. 
Maness, James F. 
Mangino, Adam L. 
Mangum, Patricia A. 

508 
Manley, Brenda Sharon 

152, 532 
Mann, Gary Paul 
Mann, John E. 

432, 532 
Mann, John Robert 
Manning, Glenn McCall 
Manning, Marion L. 
Manos, George Charles 
Mansfield, Laurence E. 
Mansfield, Patricia A. 

532 
Marbut, Mariann 
Marcengill, James M. 

273, 486 
Marcengill, Nancy Ann 
Marchbanks, Marshall 

229, 508 
Marchbanks, Sherry L. 

307, 532 
Marchini, Robert R. 
Marcinko, George J., Jr. 
Marett, Mary Alice 
Marinello, Guy H. 
Marion, Stephen Henry 

562 
Marler, James A. 

470 
Marquardt, John C. 
Marrah, George W. 
Marshall, Bruce Wm 
Marshall, Frederick 
Marshall, John C. 
Marshall, Robert M. 
Martin, Anna K. . 

421 
Martin, Albert R. 
Martin, Charlie R. 
Martin, Dale 

238, 258, 421 
Martin, Douglas C. 
Martin, David R., Jr. 

422 
Martin, George S. 
Martin, John A. 

508 
Martin, Jerry Brannon 
Martin, James D., Jr. 
Martin, James Winton 
Martin, Levon Carlon 
Martin, Linda Marlene 

307, 532 
Martin, Montie C. 
Martin, Robert Errol 
Means, Kenneth Allan 
Martin, Rodney Earl 
Martin, Robert F. 
Martin, Ronald Lewis 
Martin, Scott A. 

264, 532 
Martin, Samuel C. 
Martin, Theodore T. 
Martin, Willie C. 
Martin, William E. 

508 
Marturano, Robert G. 
Mason, Wanda Gail 
Mass, Wayne 

422 
Massey, Mary Jo 
Massey, Norman Terry 
Massingill, Stanley F. 
Masters, Nancy Gail 



532 
508 



218 

562 
485 
457 
562 
585 
532 

309 

151 

508 
244 



532 
486 
532 
562 
311 



562 
227 



421 
532 
562 
222 



532 
562 
532 
508 
260 

508 
532 
235 

562 
305 

562 
247 



562 
562 
260 

445 
532 
562 
532 
508 
562 
229 



562 
562 
105 

532 
532 
471 
532 



, Jr. 



Masucci. Donald 
Mathias, Hubert L., Jr. 
Mathias, Harvey R. 

508 
Mathis, Louis B., Jr. 

532 
Matson, Jack E. 
Matthew, Robert T., 
Matthews, Betty Jo 
Matthews, Charles L. 
Matthews, David R. 
Matthews, George G., Jr. 
Matthews, Gary John 
Matthews, Joel R. 
Matthews, Teresa F. 
Matthews, Walter E. 
Mattis, Victoria Anne 
Mattison, John P. 
Mattison, Kenneth M. 
Mattox, Barry Gray 
Mauldin, John Thomas 
Mauldin, Larry A. 
Mauney, Dennis Leroy 

533 
Maw, Billy Joe 
Maxwell, Lawrence L. 
Maxwell, Michael J. 

233 
Maybin, Arthur H., Ill 
Mayer, James E. 
281, 508 
Mayes, David W. 
Mayfield, Claude B., Jr. 
Mayfield, David R. 

508 
Mayfield, James K. 

253 
Maynard, Ben Allen 

533 
Maynard, Harry P., Jr. 

273, 486 
Maynard, Nadine S. 
Mayne, Sherman T. 
Mays, James Lloyd 
Mays, William E. 

508 
Meaders, Allen B. 

471 
Meadowcroft, Kathryn 
Meadows, Bobby G. 
Meadows, Tommy C. 
Medford, Alan Glenn 
Medlin, Richard D. 

533 
Meehan, Jerry Andrew 
Meehan, John Thomas 
Meek, Thomas Edward 
Meggs, Benjamin R., Jr. 
Mehaffy, Dwight J. 
Meister, William A. 

508 
Mellard, Charles W., Jr. 
Mellard, Eugene S. 
Mellichamp, Henry L. 
Mellichamp, Joseph M. 
Mellichamp, Peggy H. 
Melnik, Joseph David 

562 
Melville, Robert J. 
Melvin, Royce M. 
Mente, Richard C. 

224, 277, 486 
Mercer, Errol Glenn 
Mercier, Christine A. 

508 
Mercier, William T. 
Merck, Brenda D. 
Merck, Larry S. 
Merck, Melvin Samuel 

533 
Meredith, Brenda D. 
Merkel, Fritz Isham 

533 
Merrell, Thomas A., Jr. 

233, 457 
Merrick, Richard L. 

508 
Merrill, John D., Jr. 
Merritt, Mitchell 
Merritt, Robert T. 
Merry, Walter D. 

145, 153, 182, 221, 
279, 508 



562 
532 
251 



508 
508 
562 
471 
508 
182 
508 
508 
508 
508 
532 
486 
445 
562 
533 
562 
229 



508 
231 

508 
269 

508 

247 

471 

218 

240 



533 
105 



445 
562 

562 
105 

562 
508 
562 
533 
562 
242 

562 
533 
533 

508 
243 

533 

222 

562 
311 



422 
508 
231 

562 
219 

181 

84 

486 
562 
422 
84 
233 



NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Messick, Thomas A. 562 

Metsky, Gordon S. 562 

Meyer, Daniel E. 508 

Meyer, Theodore M. 563 

Meyerriecks, Allan R. 563 

Meyers, Virgil C, Jr. 471 

Michael, Benjannin T. 105 

445 
Michaels, Edward 563 

Michalowski, Joseph S. 105 

533 
Michel, Cheryl Anne 533 

Michie, Robert Wm 267 

563 
Mickanis, John P. 563 

Mickelson, Mike F. 305 

Mikell, Charles H., Jr. 305 

508 
Mikell, John J. 
Mikolajczyk, Sara J. 
Miksis, Peter Edward 
Milam, George K. 
Milam, Ronald Walden 
Milam, John M. 
Milasnovich, Nick 
Miles, Dean Allan 
Miley, David Bowers 
Milhous, Wilbur K. 

533 
Millar, Robert W. 

486 
Millen, William H. 
Miller, Ansel Eldon 
Miller, Bernard H., Jr. 
Miller, Carl A. 
Miller, Charles A. 
Miller, Carey B. 
Miller, Earl L., Jr. 
Miller, E. Edwin, Jr. 
Miller, Greer 
Miller, George F., Jr. 
Miller, James A. 
Miller, Jame David 
Miller, Jas Donaldson 
Miller, John Edwin 

533 
Miller, John F., Jr. 

454 
Miller, James I. 
Miller, James J. 
Miller, John Milton 
Miller, Linda Curran 
Miller, Lane Duncan 
Miller, Larry McSween 
Miller, LeeS. 
Miller, Michael A. 251 

563 
Miller, Marion C. 203 

471 
Miller, Ronald G. 105 

508 
Miller, Ronald I. 
Miller, Wm Bradley 533 

Miller, William E. 239 

508 
Miller, Waenard L., Jr. 508 

Milligan, Thelbert J. 533 

Milliken, Christopher 
Milling, John McKey 159 

508 
Mills, Charlie E. 508 

Mills, Oscar R., Ill 508 

Mills, William T. 486 

Millsap, William J. 508 

Milton, Johnnie F., Jr. 105 

533 
Mims, Charles W. 209 

422 
Mims, James Allen, Jr. 533 

Mims, Paul Wilson, Jr. 563 

Mincey, John Paul 268 

533 
Minchew, Richard L. 457 

Ming, Thomas Anthony 533 
Minotti, Christel S. 445 

Mirabelli, Anthony J. 264 

533 
Mishoe, James A. 486 

Mishoe, John W. 238 

256, 508 
Mishoe, Stafford M. 533 

Mitchell, Andes. 84 

157, 231, 311, 445 



563 
563 
563 
563 
486 

563 
563 
275 



508 

563 
533 
563 
533 
533 
533 

258 

210 
445 
508 
533 
533 
508 

533 



Mitchell, David H., Jr. 
Mitchell, David J. 
Mitchell, E. Eugene 
Mitchell, Jack H., Ill 

508 
Mitchell, Johnny O. 
Mitchell, Lynn W., Jr. 
Mitchell, Maxwell B. 

471 
Mitchell, Sally Faye 
Mitchem, Steve J. 
Mixon, Danny Ray 
Mixon, Frank E. 
Mizzell, Joseph P., Jr. 
Mobley, Jerry A. 
Mobley, James Ray 
Mobley, Nancy Jo 

563 
Mobley, Robert S. 
Mock, Gary N. 
Mode, Clarence, III 
Moffat, Robert D. 

471 
Moffat, Robert O. 
Moffatt, Robert A. 
Moffett, Jesse W., Ill 
Mohrmann, Alan F. 
Mole, Marvin L., Jr. 
Molin, Oscar F., Jr. 
Moll, Frances M. 
Moll, John R. 

508 
Molten, Richard W., Jr. 
Mondell, Frank W., Jr. 
Montgomery, Carter E. 

274, 533 
Montgomery, Ronald J. 
Montgomery, Samuel J. 

Montjoy, Kenneth M. 
471 

Moore, Anthony Glenn 

Moore, Charles G. 
563 

Moore, Colston H., Jr. 

Moore, Charles Louis 

Moore, Clyde M. 
508 

Moore, Dennis A. 

Moore, Donald Boyd 
445, 533 

Moore, Dexter C. 

Moore, Dennis Duane 
533 

Moore, Daniel F. 

Moore, Danny Jerome 

Moore, Donna Jean D. 

Moore, Daniel Wm R. 

Moore, Gary T. 

Moore, Herbert B., Jr. 

Moore, Harry G., Jr. 

Moore, Harry L., Jr. 

Moore, Henry P., Ill 
422 

Moore, Henry S. 

Moore, James F., Jr. 

Moore, Jimmy Lee 

Moore, John L. 

Moore, Noel M. 
471 

Moore, Patrick J. 

Moore, Robert Andrew ! 

Moore, Robert F. 

Moore, Robert N. 

Moore, Robert S. 

Moore, Ronnie Wm 
563 

Moore, Stephen T. 
563 

Moore, Thomas J., Jr. 

Moore, Thomas R. 

Moore, Vernon W., Jr. 

Moore, Wayland L. 

Moore, Warren Wesley 

Moorehead, Robert B. 

Moorehead, Robert S. 

Moose, Harry E., Jr. 
509 

Mora, Frank N., Ill 

Moran, Brian Vincent 

Moran, James F. 
563 

Moreno, Hermogenes 

Moreno, Juan Gustavo 



563 
563 



563 
533 
256 

508 
508 
533 

422 
508 
533 
150 

563 

563 
268 

445 
508 
563 
445 

533 
508 
268 



432 
238 



563 
277 

563 
563 
244 

533 
240 

508 
281 

508 
533 

533 
257 
486 
533 
486 
240 

563 

563 
509 
247 

563 
i3 
509 
509 
509 
229 

282 

563 
563 
533 



533 
189 

445 
563 
241 



Morgan, David E. 
Morgan, Donald R. 

533 
Morgan, Hugh F., Jr. 
Morgan, John W., Ill 
Morgan, Madeline 
Morgan, Myran Ann 

563 
Morrell, George 

509 
Morris, Anne C. 
Morris, Alvin Victor 
Morris, Claude Lewis 
Morris, Dennis Craig 

563 
Morris, Fred Parks 

533 
Morris, Glenn A. 

533 
Morris, Paul A. 
254, 432 
Morris, Robert T., II 
Morris, Scott Wm 
Morris, Thomas O., Jr. 
Morris, Teddy, Jr. 
Morrison, Craig R. 
Morrison, Kenneth 
Morrison, Stephen J. 

445 
Morrow, Furman R., Jr. 
Morse, Russell J. 
Morton, Benjamin C, Jr. 
Morton, Robert Joseph 
Moseley, John Z., Ill 
Moseley, Stephen C. 
Moser, Robert N. 
Moss, Cathy Lou 

533 
Moss, Richard Neal 
Moss, Robert W., Jr. 
Moss, Thomas Connor 
Mossman, Matthew M. 
Moxon, Peter W. 
Moyer, Eugene F., Jr. 
Moyer, Robert D. 

446 
Moyer, Randolph M. 
Mozen, Thomas C. 
Mozingo, George Wm 
Muccino, Paul John 
Muckenfuss, Dacosta 
Muckenfuss, Frances T. 
Muckenfuss, Roger A. 
Mudd, Roger W. 
Muehlbauer, John C. 
Mulchandani, Prakash 
Muldrow, James E. 
Muldrow, Robert M., Jr. 
Mulherin, Francis J. 
Mull, Myrtle Janice 

509 
Mullen, Howard P. 
Mullen, John III 
Mullen, John Davis 
Mulligan, Terence J. 
Mulligan, Wayne E. 

509 
Mullinax, Michael F. 
Mullinnix, Wade C. 
Mullins, Gary Lamar 
Mullis, John Arthur 
Mungo, Gloria Elaine 
Munn, James Wesley 
Munnerlyn, Stanley F. 
Munns, John Arthur 
Murdock, Edward C. 
Murphree, Charles M. 
Murphree, Joe Ed 
Murphree, Wilma Smith 
Murphy, Carl Forest 
Murphy, James P. 
Murray, Joe H., Jr. 
Murray, Kevin Lloyd 
Murray, Milledge G. 
Murrell, Tom L., Jr. 
Muschick, Russell P. 
Musgraves, James L. 
Musselwhite, Wm J. 
Myers, Barnwell R., Ill 

146, 156, 161, 23 
Myers, David Mark 
Myers, Frankie R. 
Myers, Gregory B. 



Myers, Grover E., Ill 219 
279 486 

Myers, John David 564 

486 Myers, James H., Jr. 509 

533 Myers, Jesse Wm 564 
509 Myers, Milton, Jr. 

227 Myers, Paul Charles 534 

260 Nalley, Donald W. 

Nalley, Mary W. 534 

533 Narramore, David L. 432 

563 Nash, Rufus Charlie 
563 Nash, Richard F., Jr. 
277 Nash, Robert R. 

Nash, Wm Abner 
269 Nasser, Thomas R. 

Nazry, Larry L. 422 

274 Neal, Bill L. 

Neale, George D. 172 

1 73 509 

Needham, Richard S. 534 

563 Neel, Gilder M., Jr. 509 

563 Neel, Janie Elizabeth 534 

563 Neely, Keith D. 262 

563 457 

533 Neely, LyIesS. 486 

471 Neighbours, John O. 446 

229 Nelson, Allen T. 564 

Nelson, Charles A. 229 

533 268, 564 

432 Nelson, Charles B. 471 

Nelson, Carl D., Jr. 231 

533 234,471 

Nelson, Charles D. 229 

533 231,234,253 

Nelson, George P., Jr. 471 

307 Nelson, Rodney L. 486 

Nemergut, John P. 221 

563 233 

446 Nepveux, Felix J., IV 186 

533 268, 509 

533 Nettles, Kenneth W. 268 

509 471 

533 Netzel, Joseph E. 446 
279 Neuffer, John A. 446 

Neuhaus, James Edward 534 
563 Neuwirth, Joseph G. 471 

432 Newall, Wm Copp, Jr. 564 

563 Newlin, Kimrey D. 
509 Newman, Carl E., Jr. 

Newman, George A., II 534 

Newman, Michael Dean 247 
486 534 

509 Newman, Peter R. 509 

Newman, Thomas C. 471 

Newton, Charles A. 509 

457 Newton, Donald Andrew 534 
277 Newton, Dennis W., Jr. 
563 Newton, Joseph S. 149 

190 150,229,231,234 

Newton, Michael E, 277 

563 564 

Newton, Mitchell O. 254 

563 422 

446 Newton, Nathan S., Jr. 534 
105 Newton, Ronald Wayne 

Nicastri, Edward D. 509 

Nichols, Amelia 
509 Nichols, Arthur R. 244 

563 457 

Nichols, Henry E. 534 

563 Nichols, James Alfred 238 

534 257, 564 

563 Nichols, Sylvia Evans 

563 Nichols, Vivian L. 509 

563 Nickel, Richards. 509 

534 Nickles, Joe W. ' 217 

534 254, 509 

Nicks, Judith Anne 309 

534 534 

563 Niederhof, Richard C. 

534 Niemeier, Charles C. 509 

563 Nivert, Edward J. 105 

509 509 

457 Nix, Frank Horace 

533 Nix, James Elbert 

509 Noble, Larry H. 446 

534 Nobles, Johnny W. 217 
84 457 

1,446 Noffz, William O., Jr. 422 

534 Nolan, Jimmy E. 486 

563 Nolen, Thomas D. 

563 Norris, Andrew M. 564 



Norris, Allen O. 

486 
Norris, Beverly R. 

307, 446 
Norris, Myra Allan 

170 
Norris, Sammie J., Jr. 
Norris, Stephen M. 
North, Stanley Roger 
Northrup, Walter L. 
Norton, John Croft 

170, 534 
Norville, Judith Anne 
Norwood, Lois Y. 
Nowakowski, Mark M. 
Nuckols, Hodgdon C. 

486 
Nunes, Wilbur Joseph 
Nusbickel, David C, Jr. 

268, 509 
Nussbaum, Georgetta 
Nygaard, Eric B. 
Nygard, Richard L. 

Dates, Marsha Ruth 

564 
Oates, Larry W. 
Oates, Roy Raymond 
Oborn, Richard Louis 
Obriant, Charles D. 

509 
O'Cain Charles F. 

446 
O'Cain, Jeffrey A. 

509 
O'Cain, William H. 
O'Connor, James E. 
O'Connor, Wm Terrell 
O'Dell, James Cecil, Jr. 
O'Dell, Suzanne 
Odom, Donald W. 

422 
Odom, Henry B. 
Odom, Homer C, Jr. 
Odom, Philip N., Jr. 
Odom, Richard B. 
Ogburn, Daryle D. 
Oglesby, Tommie M. 
Oglesby, Willie H., Jr. 
Oglestree, Robert D. 
Ohanesian, Robert M. 
Ohanlon, Joseph P. 
Okelley, Gary R. 
Okey, Philip C. 
Oliphant, Ronald D. 
Oliver, David Matthew 
Oliver, Lester Ray 
Oliver, Robert E., Ill 
Olson, Christopher G. 

486 
Olson, Obert Eugene 

509 
Olszewski, Harry L. 

457 
O'Neal, Bradley Joel 
O'Neal, John Pat, Jr. 
O'Neal, Malcolm J. 

289, 457 
O'Neal, Thomas N. 
Opiiger, Clyde E. 
Oriley, James T. 
Orne, Richard Thomas 
Ornitz, Barry Louis 
Orr, George D. 
Orr, James Wilton 
Orr, Robert B., Jr. 
Orr, William K. 
Orr, William M. 

509 
Osborne, George B., Jr. 
Osborne, Guy Laurence 
Osborne, Michael W. 

509 
Osef, Wayne Robert 
Oshields, David M. 

509 
Osteen, Mary Ann 
Ostrom, Ralph K., Jr. 
Ott, David A. 
Ott, Francis Mitchell 
Ott, Marilyn Ann 
Ouzts, Ronald Irby 
Overcash, Danny R. 



241 

147 

154 

564 
534 

509 
151 



564 
277 



534 
162 



564 
432 



509 
564 
534 
169 



432 
509 
534 
564 
509 
261 



486 
564 
509 
534 
534 
534 
564 



534 
534 

146 

279 

105 

534 

262 



446 
564 
534 
446 

509 
509 
253 

534 
564 
247 

534 

248 



564 
509 
534 



NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Owen, Jerry A 


509 


Owen, Kenneth L. 


509 


Owen, Lawrence T. 


509 


Owen, Maida A. 


310 


471 




Owen, Sherril Ann 


564 


Owens, Carl B. 


457 


Owens, Coleman C, Jr. 


534 


Owens, Charles H. 




Owens, Carol Padgett 




Owens, Daniel H. 


471 


Owens, Dennis W. 


564 


Owens, James C. 


446 


Owens, Jesse E. 


422 


Owens, Leroy F., Jr. 


564 


Owens, Rebecca E. 


564 


Owens, Thomas Dean, Jr 




Owens, Tony Joe 


564 


Owings, John Henry 


534 


Owings, Margaret A. 


262 


509 




Oxford, John J., Jr. 


564 


Oxier, Steven J. 


219 


509 




Oxner, Sherry Jean 


564 


Ozbolt, Bernard R. 


258 


564 




Pace, Gary L. 


509 


Pace, Robert A. 


251 


268, 509 




Pace, Richard M. 




Pace, Shelton James 


564 


Pace, Steve Preston 


564 


Pack, John E. 


564 


Padgett, Donald Neal 


534 


Padgett, Fred McTeer 


564 


Padgett, Horace D., Jr. 


534 


Padgett, James G., Jr. 


413 


446 




Padgett, William J. 




Page, Bryan C. 


509 


Page, Cole Livingston 


564 


Page, Everette Orwig 


534 


Page, Herbert Dan 


564 


Page, John Dennis, III 


564 


Paine, Robert Lee 


564 


Painter, James W. 


509 


Painter, Kerry Coke 


279 


564 




Palmer, David Lanier 


534 


Palmer, Elizabeth M. 


509 


Palmer, John D. 


509 


Palmer, James H 




Palmer, Johnny W., Jr. 


564 


Palmer, Jeffrey Todd 


534 


Palmer, William H. 


509 


Palmer, Wm. Riley 


534 


Pappas, Peter Wm. 


564 


Pardue, John C, Jr. 


254 


509 




Parham, Herbert L., Jr. 


534 


Parker, Aubrey Walker 


534 


Parker, Charles H. 


446 


Parker, David DeKalb 


564 


Parker, Daniel F. 


564 


Parker, David J. 


510 



Parker, Jerry C. 
Parker, John E. 
Parker, James Thomas 
Parker, Linda Marie 

534 
Parker, Larry V. 
Parker, Robert M. 

564 
Parker, Shelly B., Jr. 
Parks, Claude A. 
Parks, Gordon L. 
Parmer, Wayne W. 
Parnell, Calvin B., Jr 
Parnell, Joel Dennis 
Parnell, Labonney L. 
Parnell, Williams, 
parrado, Pedro M. 
Parris, Keith R. 

510 
Parris, Randy G. 
Parrott, Perry M., Jr. 
Parsons, James Hilton 

564 
Parsons, Wm. Thomas 
Partlow, Harry B., Jr. 

534 



510 
254 



534 

457 

564 
564 
534 

229 

510 

223 

564 
240 



Pate, Charles William 
Patey, Carolyn S. 
Patrick, Dennis Paul 

564 
Patrick, James R. 
Patrick, Lester R., Jr. 
Patrick, Paul D., Ill 

534 
Patrick, Raymond Lee 
Patrick, William D. 

457 
Patten, Alan D., Jr. 

510 
Patten, Mack I 
Patterson, Charlton B. 
Patterson, Chas. Wm. Jr. 
Patterson, Douglas E. 
Patterson, Donald P. 
Patterson, John A. 

275, 534 
Patterson, John Edgar 

564 
Patterson, Judy F. 
Patterson, James 0. 
Patterson, Michael D. 
Patterson, Michael Y. 
Patterson, Robert G. 

564 
Patterson, Samuel J. 
Patterson, Warren N. 
Patterson, Wm. Sherril 
Paulling, Ben Max 
Pavlasek, Stephen Jr. 
Payne, David Huston 
Payne, Gary Michael 
Payne, Henry R. 
Payne, James E. 
Payne, Myron W. 
Payne, Robert H. 
Payne, William M. 

487 
Peach, Karl Ernest 
Peace, David Leslie 
Pearce, Ann Lindsay 
Pearce, Frank W., Jr. 
Pearce, John A. 

253,471 
Pearce, Wm. Gregory 
Pearre, Charles Ray 
Pearson, Wm. James Jr. 
Peden, Allene Coker 
Peden, Houston A., Jr. 

510 
Pederson, Richard A. 
Pedrick, Roger Leroy 
Peek, David Murray 
Peele, Lawrence C. 

229, 231,446 
Peele, Lucas R., Jr. 

510 
Peeler, Harvey S., Jr. 

535 
Peeples, James B., Jr. 

535 
Pegram, Philip B. 

471 
Pellerin, Henry A. 
Pelletier, Dana G. 
Pelletier, Renaud E. 
Pender, Georgia Ann 
Pendergrass, Samuel 
Pendry, Neil G. 
Penland, Kenneth A. 
Pennington, Deanna 

457 
Pensado, Frank D. 
Pepple, Brenda Lee 

535 
Percival, Henry F. 
Perez, Stanley Victor 
Perkens, Henry H., Jr. 
Perkins, John C. 
Perkins, Tommy Gene 
Perkins, Warren S. 
Perry, Robert Edgar 
Perry, Robert V. 
Perry, Suzanne Marie 
Persak, Robert J. 

422 
Pesavento, Charles R. 
Peters, William C. 

510 
Petersen, Donald C. 

565 



534 


Petersen, Scott D. 


535 


Porter, James David 


565 


510 


Peterson, Eugene C, Jr. 


565 


Porter, James E., Ill 


105 


223 


Peterson, James A., Jr. 


535 


305 






Peterson, Thomas E. 


565 


Porter, Joseph H. 


565 


564 


Petrou, Mona Fouad 




Porter, Larry Edward 


565 


564 


Petrusky, Kenneth G. 


535 


Posch, Paul J. 


271 


275 


Pettit, Burnett A., Jr. 


510 


510 






Pettit, Raymond H., Jr. 


565 


Pospisil, Carl Frank 


565 


534 


Pettit, Thomas B., Ill 




Pospisil, Thomas E. 


510 


226 


Petusky, George, III 


275 


Poston, Joe A. 


458 




535 




Poston, Russell A. 


258 


226 


Pfliegel, J. Thomas 




535 






Phifer, Lonnie D., Ill 


159 


Poteat, Geela Bopeep 


243 




208, 471 




565 




534 


Philips, George Davis 


565 


Poteat, William E. 


487 


510 


Phillips, Alvin B. 


510 


Potts, Charlie K., Jr. 


227 


486 


Phillips, Clarence E. 


565 


510 




534 


Phillips, Edgar Homer 


219 


Potts, John L. 


472 


219 


535 




Poulton, Reece E. 


446 




Phillips, George A. 


271 


Pounder, Donald B. 


229 


275 


457 




472 






Phillips, Gary C. 


471 


Powell, Ann Marie 


535 


510 


Phillips, Glenn W. 




Powell, Bobby E. 




534 


Phillips, Janice B. 




Powell, Clinton James 


565 


534 


Phillips, James D. 


510 


Powell, Harold 8., Jr. 


535 


446 


Phillips, James K. 


446 


Powell, Julian L. 


565 


258 


Phillips, Jackie R. 


457 


Powell, James Rickey 


565 




Phillips, Jean U. 




Powell, Richard L. 


432 


534 


Phillips, Michael R. 


535 


Powell, Timothy H. 


510 


209 


Phillips, Randall C. 


535 


Power, Ronald E. 


253 


564 


Phillips, Richard E. 


240 


472 




564 


487 




Power, Wm. Stanley 


565 


422 


Phillips, Roberta. 


565 


Powers, Churchill C. 


535 


534 


Phillips, Robert H. 


565 


Powers, Mitchell R., Jr 


565 


564 


Phillips, Robert J. 


258 


Powers, Morris W. 




564 


510 




Prater, Edward L. 


510 




Phillips, Steve F. 




Prather, James L., Jr. 


510 


305 


Phillips, Terry H. 


243 


Pratt, Laura E. 


170 


510 


510 




510 




269 


Phillips, Terry Wayne 




Preacher, James W. 


565 




Phillips, William R. 


268 


Presnell, Edwin Sharp 


565 




Philpott, Larry D. 


535 


Pressly, Wm. Buck S. 


535 


564 


Piatt, Raymond Keast 




Presson, William W. 


242 


457 


Pierce, Harry E. 


565 


535 






Pike, Jeremy P. H. 




Price, Frank John 


565 


159 


Pilcher, Lester Y. 


510 


Price, Hinton A., Jr. 


510 




Pilgrim, Raymond S. 


565 


Price,John H. 


487 


534 


Pilo, Richard Joseph 


535 


Price, James W., Jr. 




564 


Pimlott, Richard T. 


422 


Price, Robert C. 


510 


564 


Pinckney, Edward 


446 


Price, Samuel J., Ill 






Pinto, Norman Bruce 


565 


Price, Terry C. 


510 


159 


Pinson, William E., Jr. 


224 


Prichard, Linda Gail 


510 




269, 282, 472 




Priddy, Ricky Vernon 


535 


446 


Pitchford, Charles H. 




Pridemore, William J. 


229 


510 


Pitman, Benjamin C, Jr. 


446 


Pridmore, Robert M. 


535 




Pitner, George D. 


535 


Prince, Brooks R. 


565 


227 


Pittman, James E., Jr. 


565 


Pringle, Charles G. 


510 




Pitts, Elizabeth 


535 


Pringle, Jeffrey C. 


510 


170 


Pitts, Mary Parks 




Pritchard, Jeff 0. 


510 




Pitts, Wesley M., Jr. 


565 


Pritchard, M. G., Jr. 


211 


244 


Pizzicato, James M. 


535 


233, 289 






Planck, Sharon Lynne 


510 


Privette, Charles V. 




247 


Plante, Robert M. 


535 


Probst, Charles W., 11 






Piatt, Michael Edward 


565 


Prochaska, Bobby J. 




253 


Player, Orville V., Ill 


432 


Prohaska, John Wm., Jr. 


565 




Player, Vinroe S. 


510 


Prochaska, Paulette F. 


446 




Player, Warren T. 


432 


Propes, Thomas Emery 


535 


535 


Ploof, Richard W. 


535 


Pruett, Robert E. 


472 


510 


Poe, William N., Jr. 


535 


Pruitt, Albert B. 




565 


Pohl, Richard R. 


422 


Pruitt, Linda J. 


189 


565 


Poindexter, C. E. 




510 




565 


Poland, James J. 


422 


Puckhaber, Carl W. 


446 




Polatty, James Wilson 


535 


Pullin, Tim Wayne 


565 


307 


Poling, James F. 


510 


Pulliam, Gary P. 


510 




Polk, Dwight W. 




Pundt, Vanderbilt C. 


535 


535 


Pollard, Clint Edward 


565 


Purdy, John N. 


487 


309 


Pool, Joseph D., Jr. 


565 


Purser, Johnny H. 


510 




Pool, William T., Jr. 


247 


Pursley, Larry E. 


565 




472 




Pusey, Edward Stuart 


535 


535 


Poole, Bobby Joe 


247 


Putman, Carol Dean 


565 




535 




Putman, Kenneth Wayne 


447 




Poore, Victor H. 


277 


Putnam, David M. 


262 


565 


472 




458 




241 


Pooser, Walter, K., Jr. 


510 


Putnam, Hugh D., Jr. 


510 


565 


Pope, Arthur L. 


203 


Putnam, James R. 


565 


457 


422 




Putnam, William M., Jr. 


219 




Pope, James L., Ill 


565 


253, 472 




219 


Pope, Robert M., Jr. 










Pope, Thomas E. 


510 


Ouattlebaum, Martin 


565 


565 


Popowski, Jon P. 


565 


Quesenbury, Robert C. 




277 


Procher, John L. 


422 


Quick, Karen Lee 


565 




Porter, Cless F. 


510 


Quinn, Steve A. 


254 


277 


Porter, David Garvin 


535 


422 





Quintana, Raul 

Raab, Herbert E. 

Rabon, Kenneth E. 565 

Race, Linda J. 

Radcliffe, Thomas H. 565 

Radke, Randolph H. 447 

Raffield, Wm. Dunlop 223 

Ragsdale, Edmond M. 305 

535 
Ragsdale, Jere L. 169 

510 
Rahim, Mir Z. 472 

565 
Rahim, Mir Sarfraz 
Railton, Dianne D. 164 

535 
Raines, Douglas M. 565 

Raines, Kirby D. 510 

Rainey, Angela Witt 172 

565 
Ralston, Frank E. 565 

Ralston, Wm. L., Ill 305 

535 
Ramage, Daniel E. 
Ramey, Henry E., Jr. 
Ramey, Jane E. S. 
Ramey, James T., Jr. 227 

510 
Rampey, Julius D. 447 

Rampey, Rita Jo. 565 

Ramsay, James F. 510 

Ramsey, Arnold Joseph 535 
Ramsey, Jackson B., Jr. 
Ramsey, James G. 242 

510 
Ramsey, Thomas B. 565 

Ramsey, Ted Nathan 565 

Randel, Jeffrey K. 422 

Randolph, Richard D. 565 

Rankin, George David 535 

Rash, Christopher K. 535 

Rash, James H., Jr. 
Rasheed, Emile 510 

Ratliff, James W., Ill 275 

535 
Ratliff, Wilson B., Jr. 
Ratterree, Charles H. 535 

Raup, Paul Mitchell 565 

Rawl, Danny Allen 535 

Ray, Freddy Hugh 535 

Ray, George Dewey 535 

Ray, John Gregory 565 

Ray, Lawrence Kent 265 

535 
Ray, Williams. 231 

265, 447 
Ray, Walter Samuel 
Rayburn, Roland L. 105 

510 
Rayfield, Howard C. 565 

Rayle, Bruce E. 268 

535 
Raymond, Charles E., Jr. 566 
Raynal, Dudley J. 510 

Ready, Edgar L. 272 

422 
Reagan, John A., Ill 305 

510 
Reames, James F., Jr. 510 

Rearden, Robert S., Jr. 268 

472 
Reavis, Paul Ervin 566 

Rector, Michael B. 566 

Redden, James D. 221 

231, 234,472 
Reed, Edward C. 510 

Reed, George M., Jr. 510 

Reed, Henry J. 

Reed, Harry m', Jr. 535 

Reed, James R. 510 

Reed, Wayne M. 510 

Reese, Charles J. 
Reese, Charles R. 203 

225,231,234, 242,472 
Reese, Wm. Mobley 164 

229, 535 
Reeves, Adger S. 487 

Reeves, Claude Lloyd 
Reeves, Daniel Wm. 566 

Reeves, James E., Jr. 253 

472 
Reeves, John H., Jr. 511 



NAME 

Reeves, Mickey E. 
Reeves, Rodney David 
Rehm, Frederick G., Ill 
Reid, Albert R. 
511, 271 
Reid, Samuel Fraser 
Reider, David Alan 
Reinert, James A. 
Reinhardt, Leslie R. 
Reisen, William K. 
Reiter, Betty Baker 
Reiter, Harold B. 
Reith, Richard W. 

566 
Rembert, Marion R., Jr. 
Rentz, Aaron Wm. 
Rentz, Floria Jean 
Rentz, Norman G., Jr. 
Rentz, Richard W. 
Renwick, Gary S. 
Repka, Ronald John 
Rescoria, Walter G., Jr. 
Reuter, David Michael 

535 
Reynolds, Hammond G. 
Reynolds, Jack B., Jr. 
Reynolds, John H., IV 
Reynolds, Joseph Wm. 
Reynolds, Mark Allen 
Reynolds, Peggy Anne 
Reynolds, Perry H. 
Reynolds, Wm. E., Jr. 
Reynolds, Wanda J. 
Rhea, Richard R. 
Rhodes, Daniel Harlan 

511 
Rhodes, Danny L. 

233, 447 
Rhodes, David W. 
Rhodes, Robin B. 
Rhodes, Samuel F. 
Rhodes, Wm. Boyd III 

152, 536 
Rhyner, William E., Jr. 
Rhyne, Bruce T. 

487 
Rice, Craig G. 
Rice, James Cleon 
Rice, Jonathan C, 
Rice, James D., Jr. 
Rice, Marion D. 
Rice, Michael E. 
Rice, Michael Steven 
Rice, Philip F. 
Rice, Ronald E., Jr. 
Rice, Richard Merle 
Rice, Richard W. 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



III 



472 
535 

432 
219 

566 
535 



282 

472 

566 

535 

511 

535 

447 

14 

566 

219 



566 

566 
566 

566 
487 
472 

535 
159 



447 
566 
151 

536 
226 

511 

536 
566 
487 
472 



229 



231, 234, 247, 268 472 



Rice, Sharon Lee 
Richards, Francis R. 
Richards, Robert B. 

511 
Richardson, Andrew L. 
Richardson, Carol Ann 
Richardson, Donny W. 

536 
Richardson, George E. 
Richardson, Gary F. 
Richarson, Joel K. 
Richardson, Joseph R. 
Richardson, Marshall 
Richardson Mathias B. 
Richardson, Terry E. 
Richardson, Wm. Curtis 

566 
Richbourg, Henry L., Jr. 
Richbourg, Virginia D. 

536 
Richey, Terry Micahel 
Richter, William A. 
Ricket, Kenneth T. 
Riddle, Charles D. 
Riddle, Herbert E., Jr. 
Riddle, Ruttland E. 

511 
Riddle, Robert Saye 
Ridgeway, Linda F. 
Ridgeway, Ronald L. 
Rieker, James M. 

472 
Riggs, DAvid A. 
Riggs, Walter E. 

282, 511 



566 



566 
566 
105 



566 
203 
566 

447 
233 
222 

566 
247 

566 
472 
432 
422 
422 
254 

536 
511 
566 
247 



Rigler, Earl K. 
Riley, Alvin V., Jr. 
Riley, Michael W. 
Riley, Tilden F. 
Riley, William P. 
Rimer, James L., Ill 
Rinehart, Ernest L., Jr. 
Rinehart, Joseph A. 
Riser, Jacob Sidney 
Rissel, Park Theodore 
Rissetto, Victoria 
Ritch, Morris Rea, III 
Ritchie, Ronald B. 

511 
Ritchie, Teresa C. 

423 
Ritter, Dale Robert 
Rivenbark, Michael D. 
Rivers, Charles Edwin 
Rivers, James C, Jr. 

536 
Rivers, James L., Jr. 
Rivers, Wm. Miley 
Roach, James M. 

182, 511 
Robbins, Frederick H. 

472 
Robbins, Richard C. 
Robbins, Vernon A., Jr. 

511 
Roberson, Marvin R. 
Roberson, Wayne J. 
Roberts, Bruce D. 
Roberts, Charles L. 

487 
Roberts, Judith A. 
Roberts, John E., Ill 

536 
Roberts, Janice Rae 
Roberts, John Randel 
Roberts, John T., Jr. 
Roberts, William A. 
Roberts, Wallace E. 
Robertson, Calvin T. 
Robertson, Edward H. 
Robertson, James F. 
Robertson, James Van 

536 
Robertson, Owen C, Jr. 

511 
Robertson, Victor N. 
Robertson, William T. 
Robey, Robert Harvey 
Robinett, Jon Harold 
Robinette, Fred M. 
Robins, Harriet V. 

536 
Robinson, Barry C. 

262 
Robinson, Bobby H. 
Robinson, Charles W. 
Robinson, Eugene C. 
Robinson, George S. 

511 
Robinson, James C. 
Robinson, Larry G. 
Robinson, Lawrence H. 
Robinson, Nancy E. 
Robinson, Ronald L. 
Robinson, Ronald S. 
Robinson, Thomas M. 
Robinson, Walter C. 
Robinson, Wm. Edward 

536 
Robuck, John H. 
Roche, Richard L. 
Rochester, Donald E. 
Rochester, David P. 
Rochester, Earle F. 
Rochester, Joseph R. 
Rockwell, Jeffrey C. 
Roddey, Michael Ellis 
Roden, Harry Hays 
Rodgers, Carol T. 

447 
Rodgers, Carolyn V. 
Rodgers. Dawn Somers 
Rodgers, Eston L, Jr. 

487 
Rodrigues, George C. 

472 

Roebuck, Bill D. 

423 



566 
511 
566 
536 
566 
536 
536 
566 
536 
150 

311 



566 
536 
423 



536 
84 



566 
277 

536 
265 

566 
566 
566 
566 
511 
511 
447 
536 
265 

247 



511 
536 
566 

311 

219 



487 
242 



566 
566 
566 
566 
447 
247 

511 
487 
536 
487 

536 
536 



279 
311 
279 
247 
217 



Roedersheimer, R. J. 
Roediger, Charles L. 

311 
Roeser, John D. 
Roesler, Richard A. 
Roets, James C. 

487 
Rogers, Barbara Lynn 
Rogers, Charles T. 
Rogers, Clark T. 
Rogers, Donald C. 

566 
Rogers, Dan Milton E. 
Rogers, Evelyn T. 
Rogers, Freida Jean 
Rogers, Floyd T. 
Rogers, George M. 
Rogers, John C. 
Rogers, Jacob Rhodes 
Rogers, James R. 
Rogers, Jackie Thomas 
Rogers, Phillip D. 

536 
Rogers, Philip W., Jr. 
Rogers, Randolph G. 

536 
Rogers, Timothy F. 
Rogers, Virginia A. 
Rohde, Nathan L. 
Rohrbach, James J., Jr. 
Roland, Ralph D. 
Rollins, Steve E. 
Rompala, John T. 
Roof, Robert Crosson 

536 
Roof, Ronald Wingard 
Rook, Benjamin T. 
Rooks, John M., Jr. 
Roper, Jack Richard 
Roper, Truman D. 
Roquemore, J. Pete 

487 
Rose, Ashton Neal 
Rose, Bruce J. 
Rose, Colleen L. 

Rose, William H. 

Rosebrock, Del A. 

Ross, Glenn Homer 

Ross, Jeffrey David 

Ross, John N. 

Rouse, James Richard 

Rowand, Thomas F. 

Rowell, Jeff Willard 

Rowell, Phillip James 

Rowland, David H. 

Rowland, Earle, II 
511 

Royce, Philip A. 
259, 423 

Rozier, Donald Lewis 

Rubertus, William K. 

Rubich, Edward M., Jr. 

Rucker, Douglas R. 

Rudisill, Harron E. 

Rudloff, Paul T. 

Rudy, Bru ce C. 

Ruff, Faye L. 

Ruffner, Robert D. 
447 

Rule, Kathleen S. 

Rumfelt, Wm.Lee 

Rumpel, Charles H., Ill 

Rupert, Don A. 

Rush, Bruce T. 

Rush, George C. 

Rush, George D., Ill 

Rush, William A. 

Russell, Donald E. 

Russell, Donald R. 

Russell, James III 
511 

Russell, James B. 

Russell, Robert B. 

Russell. Robert W. 

Russell, Stephen A. 

Russell, Wm. Bruce 

Rutherford, James M. 

Rutland. Charles R. 
536 

Rutland. Donald E. 

Rydarowski, Richard 

Sachsenmaier, Charles 



566 
536 



511 
447 
447 
229 

536 

566 
233 
536 
423 
536 

566 
233 

105 
256 

278 
566 
566 
271 



247 

536 
433 
511 
536 
511 
277 

275 
566 



536 
536 
566 
511 
566 
511 
536 
566 
566 
255 

235 

536 
447 
511 

433 
536 

566 
105 

566 
566 

566 
433 
511 



511 
566 



567 
567 

567 
567 
567 
247 

511 
536 



Sadler, Marion F., Jr. 
Sadowski, David L. 

536 
Saggus, Patricia Ann 
Sain, Donald L. 
Salamony, James E. 

511 
Salley, Thomas Boone 
Salmons, Thomas W., Ill 
Sammon, Gerard Paul 
Sammons, Donna F. 
Sammons, Melvin E., Jr. 
Sanchez, David Carl 
Sandberg, Steven A. 
Sanders, Beverly Ann 
Sanders, Darryl Paul 
Sanders, Eric Brooks 
Sanders, Guy S., Ill 
Sanders, Horace K., Jr. 
Sanders, John Lamar 
Sanders, James R.. Jr. 
Sanders, Marvin L. 

423 
Sanders, Paul H. 
Sanders, Rebecca L. 
Sandifer, Frances H. 
Sandifer, Johnny B. 

265, 511 
Sandifer, William P. 
Sands, Robert Roy 
Sansbury, Willie D. 
Sargent, Frederick A. 
Sargent, Robert S. 
Sarka. Evelyn Ann 

447 
Sarratt, Virginia D. 
Sartain, Kenneth W. 

536 
Satcher, William W. 

423 
Satterfield, Phil E. 
Satterwhite. Claude W. 

423 
Saunders, Alvin E., Jr. 
Saunders, Ralph J. 
Saverance, Jean M. 
Saverance, Wm. Dawson 

Savin. Richard Albert 

Savitsky, Ludmila A. 

Savitsky. Mark G. 

Sawyer, Thomas W. 

Scarborough. James W. 
511 

Scarborough, Robert B. 

Scates, Richard E., Jr. 

Scavens. Rebecca C. 
511 

Schack, Richard G. 

Schaedel, John P. 

Schaffer, Norman C. 

Scheid, Charles F. 

Scherler. William B. 
511 

Schettino. James J. 

Schichler. Ernest A. 

Schielke, Dale Roy 

Schilling, Frederick 

Schirmer, Elizabeth H. 
511 

Schirmer, Frank B., Ill 

Schleig, John O., Jr. 
458 

Schlupp, William 

Schmalz, Richard A. 

Schmidt, Carl V. 

Schmidt, Frank R. 

Schmidt. Kenneth Wm. 
536 

Schmidt. Robert C, Jr. 

Schmincke. Charles T. 

Schneider. Josh Fred 

Schneider. Kenneth Wm. 

Schneider. Raymond H. 

Schoper, Gregory C. 

Schraibman. Julian S. 

Schreiber. Max Moise 

Schroff. Edward G. 

Schroeder. Richard H. 

Schuiz, Howard L. 

Schulz. Kenneth P. 

Schulze. Harry S.. Jr. 
567 

Schulze. William C. 



567 


Schumacher. Otto H. 


567 


105 


Schumann. Klaus R. K. 


, 




Schumm. Wayne Herbert 


567 


567 


Schwab. Joan Carol 


511 


447 


Scialdone. Anthony M. 


227 


247 


447 






Scoggins. William H. 


511 


536 


Scott, Charles Dukes 


567 


433 


Scott, Carl Taylor 


282 


567 


567 




511 


Scott, Daniel Boone 


567 


536 


Scott, Fredrick R. 


511 




Scott, Hazel Elaine 


567 


567 


Scott, Jesse D., Jr. 


423 


536 


Scott, John D. 


105 


536 


262.511 




567 


Scott, Kerry Douglas 


567 i 


536 


Scott, Malbee Russell 


537 [ 


487 


Scott, Richard B. 


242 i 


567 


Scott, Rhomas David 


537 


536 


Scott, Wm. Thomas 


567 


226 


Scroggs, Richard A. 
423 


244 


458 


Scruggs. Wm. Bryan 


567 ! 


567 


Scurry. Thomas F. 


567 1 




Seabrook. George W. 


567 


227 


Seales. Margaret 1. 


537 




Sears. Edgar Allen 


567 


536 


Sears. John Michael 


243 


567 


567 




511 


Sease. David Burton 


567 


458 


Seawright. Stanley B. 


537 


567 


Seay. Martha Ann 


567 


169 


Seay. Margaret R. 

147, 156. 310,433 


146 


511 


Seay, Wm. Jesse, 111 


567 


268 


Sebastian, Donald A. 
Secrest, Isabelle J. 


433 


259 


Seel, Eulalie Y. 


567 




Seeley. Patricia C. 


223 


567 


567 




244 


Sefick, Harold John 
537 


105 


567 


Segars, John H. 


487 


511 


Segars. John K. 


150 


567 


511 




536 


Segars, Robert M. 




536 


Seigler, Charles W. 
Seigler, Sally Master 


511 


567 


Seijo, Charles Albert 


567 


536 


Seiter, Eugene D. 


487 


148 


Self, William M. 


537 




Embos, Athanasios 


537 


567 


Semerjian, Robert J. 


537 


567 


Senerote, Leonard A. 


225 


310 


242, 472 






Senn, Randolph E. 


244 




511 




567 


Senn, Rebecca Sue 


567 




Senn, Thomas Leonard 


467 


567 


Senn, Woodrow G., Jr 


512 


247 


Sentell, Garland D. 
Seo, Aiko 


512 


433 


Serrano, Francisco 




511 


Serrano, Leonardo 
Setchfield Terrance 




567 


Settle, Hubert H. 


259 


260 


567 






Settle, John E., Jr. 


151 




264. 290, 265, 537 || 


270 


Setzler, Frankie M. 
537 


279 ' 


467 


Severs, Chris Walter 


567 


511 


Sexton, Samuel B. 
271,458 


146 


511 


Shackelford, Charles 


512 


189 


Shafer, Donald C. 
Shackelford S. B., Jr. 


567 




Shannon, Wm. Stephen 


567 


567 


Sharp, Don C, III 


512 


567 


Sharp, William M. 


240 


536 


487 




537 


Sharpton, Robert C. 


537 


202 


Shaw, Jerrie Geel 


537 


511 


Shealy, Dennis G. 


512 


567 


Shealy, Donald Thomas 537 | 


567 


Shealy. Fred G.. Jr. 




511 


Shealy. Grady Irby 


567 


567 


Shealy. John P. 


567 


511 


Shealy. Melton D. 


231 


259 


262. 458 
Shealy. Robert M. 






Shealy. Sandra Maxine 


567 



NAME 

Shearer, Joseph S. 
Shearin, Arthur T. 
Shedd, Kenneth W. 
Shell, James T. 
Shelley, Frank J. 

567 
Shelley, Victoria E. 
Shelley, Willie C, Jr. 
Shelley, William D. 

537 
Shelton, Dora E. 
Shelton, Edgar Gene 
Shelton, Robert N. 

537 
Shelton, Thomas C. 
Shepherd, Glenn David 
Sheppard, David C. 
Sheppard, Maurice A. 
Sheppard, Tom P. 
Sheppard, William M. 

472 
Sherbert, Lester P. 
Sherer, John D. 

512 
Sherer, Larry H. 
Sherman, Larry Don 
Sherman, Roger C. 
Sherman, Robert R., Jr. 
Shertzer, Theodore P. 
Shewfelt, Robert L. 
Shi, John Jin Jau 
Shields, John P. 
Shick, Charles R. 
Shinners, Arthur J. 
Shirer, Curtis A. 
Shirley, Charles G., Jr. 

229,512 
Shirley, John S. 
Shirley, Sharon F. 
Shirley, William D. 
Shirley, Wm. Michael 
Shish, Paul Richard 

537 
Shive, Danny A. 

488 
Shivers, Dale Carson 
Shockley, Julian R.,Jr. 

217, 423 
Sholl, Steven R. 
Shore, William A. 
Shotton, James F. 
Shouse, John F., Jr. 

268, 472 
Shrader, Ronald S. 
Shrum, Sidney Jackson 

472 
Shuler, Bette Anne 
Shuler, Bert E., Jr. 
Shuler, Baron Karl 
Shuler, Farley S. 
Shuler, Hubert T. 
Shuler, Jon E. 

150,488 
Shuler, Malcolm Duane 
Shull, Thomas S., Jr. 

512 
Shumpert, Joseph F. 

512 
Shumway, Peter E. 

423 
Sibert, David L. 
Sibley, Charles Acker 
Sibley, Glen Carey 
Sibley, William M. 

240, 273, 512 
Sidrony, Andrew G. 
Siebert, Michael C. 

568 
Siedschlag, Everett W. 
Silber, Robert 
Sim, John Anson 
Simmons, Clyde B., Jr. 
Simmons, Carl Moses 
Simmons, John Mart, Jr. 

537 
Simmons, Kenneth B., Jr 
Simmons, K. Elizabeth 
Simmons, Margaret Ann 
Simmons, Nancy Faye 
Simmons, Richard Dean 

537 
Simmons, Ralph G. 
Simmons, Roger N. 



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487 
458 
279 

568 
568 
229 

512 
568 
187 

487 
537 



568 
247 



487 
265 



512 
537 
568 



568 
458 
227 

458 
512 
447 
568 
105 

240 

568 
210 



512 
251 

568 
472 

568 
537 
568 
149 

537 
248 



447 
568 
568 
229 



568 
231 
568 
458 
568 
256 

512 
568 
568 
568 
247 



Simons, Richard Jr. 
Simpson, Cheryl 
Simpson, Bette W. 
Simpson, Donna Faye 
Simpson, Henry Glenn 

568 
Simpson, Hoyle M. 
Simpson, James C, Jr. 
Simpson, Joseph H. 

282, 512 
Simpson, William M., Jr. 

188, 221, 229,512 
Sims, Fayette L. 
Sims, Jerry J. 
Sims, Johnny Mason 
Sims, Mark Anthony 
Sinclair, Thomas L. 

512 
Singh, Shiva Naik 
Singletary, Frank Joe 
Singletary, Glen E. 

537 
Singletary, William J. 
Singleton, Merle L. 
Singleton, Martha R. 
Sintal, Stephen 
Skagseth, Sharon N. 
Skardon, Sara G. 
Skardon, William N. 
Skelton, Donald L. 
Skilton, Richard B. 
Skilton, Walter F. 
Skinner, John E., Jr. 
Skinner, Larry G. 
Skinner, Paul B. 

227, 265, 512 
Skipper, Lonnie Bill 
Skipper, Michael A. 
Skoczylas, Kenneth J. 
Slack, Christopher E. 
Slagle, Guy E., Jr. 
Slate, Donald A. 
Slaton, Thomas Marion 
Sliker, Nancy Jean 
Sloan, Paula E. 

568 
Slaon, Wm. Henry 
Small, Ronald J. 

273, 488 
Smalls, Max Gerald 
Smalser, Robert L. 

537 
Smarr, Albert R. 
Smarr, Carol L. J. 
Smith, Ashby Kenneth 
Smith, Andrew P., Jr. 
Smith, Belton K. 
Smith, Bivens, Adele 
Smith, Billy Ben 
Smith, Benny C. 
Smith, Betty J. 

512 
Smith, Clark A. 
Smith, Capers C. 
Smith, Charles E. 

568 
Smith, Clarence H., Ill 
Smith, Charles S., Ill 
Smith, David E. 
Smith, Donny L. 

233, 488 
Smith, Daniel M. 
Smith, David Melville 
Smith, Eugene A., Jr. 
Smith, Fred Harrison 
Smith, Garland L. 
Smith, Gerald Wade 
Smith, Helen G. 
Smith, Henry Joe 
Smith, Henry L., Jr. 
Smith, Harvey T. 
Smith, Herbert W., Jr. 
Smith, James D. 

448 
Smith, Jerry E. 
Smith, James F. 
Smith, James H. 
Smith, James R. 
Smith, Jackie Weyman 

537 
Smith, Jeffrey W. 

568 
Smith, Kenneth Eugen 

512 



568 
512 
447 
447 
268 



512 
269 



568 
537 
242 



537 
268 

512 
537 
568 
568 



433 
512 
512 
512 
512 
512 
223 

568 

512 
458 
512 
512 
537 
568 
282 

537 
240 

568 
219 

447 
537 
512 
473 
512 
568 



512 
512 
251 



473 
180 

447 
568 
537 

537 
537 
512 

458 
512 
512 
265 



512 
448 
105 

176 

105 



Smith, Kenneth E. 

568 
Smith, Kirby Hatten 

537 
Smith, Keith L. 
Smith, Kenneth Lamont 
Smith, Kenneth Wm. 
Smith, Larry Julian 
Smith, Marcus Eugene 
Smith, Marion J. 
Smith, Melvin L. 
Smith, MilledgeS. 
Smith, Paul R. 
Smith, Ronnie A. 

512 
Smith, Roy A. 

512 
Smith, Roger B. 
Smith, Randall Doyle 
Smith, Roger Dennis 
Smith, Ronnie Delano 
Smith, RoyD. 
Smith, Russell F. 
Smith, Robert Joseph 
Smith, Reginald K. 
Smith, Raoui Lawrence 
Smith, Richard L. 
Smith, Robert L. A. 
Smith, Roston M., Jr. 
Smith, Roy Thomas 
Smith, Roderick Wayne 
Smith, Sally Ann 
Smith, Sanderlan C. 

512 
Smith, Samuel E. 
Smith, Sarah H. 
Smith, Sidney L. 

568 
Smith, Sidney T. 
Smith, Thomas C. 
Smith, Ted Douglas 

253, 537 
Smith, Thomas E. 
Smith, Tony Lee 
Smith, Thomas Marion 
Smith, Thomas M. 
Smith, Terry S. 
Smith, Wayne Bryan 
Smith, William C. 
Smith, William Dee 
Smith, William F. 

233, 448 
Wmith, William J. 
Smith, Wade Monroe 
Smith, William R. 
Smith, Wm. Southwood 
Smoak, Charles K., Jr. 
Smoak, Francis Lang 
Smoak, Neil A. 

231, 234, 251,473 
Smoak, Stephen F. 
Smoak, Theodore L. 
Smoak, Wm. Ashe 
Smoak, William H. 
Smoral, Vince Chester 
Smyre, William C, Jr. 

473 
Smyth, Robert E. 
Snead, James K., Jr. 
Snead, Wm. Davis 
Snipes, G. L., Jr. 
Snoddy, Charles K. 
Snoddy, Jimmy D. 
Snoddy, John Drummond 
Snoddy, Robert H., Jr. 

513 
Snow, Doris Ann 
Snow, Marna Wood 
Snow, Ronald Lee 
Snyder, Charles J., Jr. 
Snyder, Peter F., Ill 

448 
Snyder, Robert F. 
Snyder, Wm. Thomas 
Sobczyk, Rowena Gail 

537 
Soler, Emery E. 
Solomons, Algernon G. 
Southard, William E. 

423 
Southerland, John I. 

537 
Southerland, Terry L. 



458 


Southgate, George A. 


242 




513 




265 


Spann, Samuel R., Jr. 
Spanninger, Philip A. 


537 


203 


Sparks, Arthur G. 




568 


Sparks, Richard L. 


513 


568 


Sparks, Ronnie W. 
Speares, Scott B., Jr. 


568 


568 


Spearman, Angelina 


262 


512 


307, 537 




488 


Spearman, Stephen D. 


513 


568 


Spears, Ernest L. 




512 


Speer, Jimmy D. 


513 


240 


Speer, Ronald E. 


513 




Spence, Terrell P. 


513 


240 


Spencer, Deirdre Jill 






Spencer, Frank W., Ill 


537 




Spencer, Wm Alexander 


568 


568 


Spetnagel, Theodore J. 


189 


568 


251,537 




537 


Spires, Walter Price 


537 


537 


Spitz, William A. 






Spivey, Larry Neal 


568 


512 


Spong, Blake Dubose 


568 


568 


Spradley, Jerry Wayne 


568 


537 


Sprawls, Perry, Jr. 




488 


Stacey, William G. 






Stackman, Mary Ann 


537 


448 


Stadler, Katharine A. 


513 




Staedeli, Janet M. 


538 


568 


Stallings, Leslie 0. 


538 


537 


Standi, Larry B. 


513 


307 


Stanek, Bernard J., Jr. 
569 


275 


512 


Stanfield, Thomas L. 
Stanford, David J. 


569 


247 


Stanford, William C. 






Stang, Jack R. 


217 


568 


231, 238,423 




512 


Stankiewicz, John Jay 


569 


231 


Stanley, Philip H. 


448 




Stanley, Tad Allan 


569 


512 


Stanton, Jack Durham 


538 


568 


Stanzione, Daniel C. 






Stanzione, Elizabeth 


513 


537 


Stanzione, Robert J. 


513 


512 


Starling, Lynn B. 


569 


568 


Starnes, Josh Jeter 




488 


Steadman, Emmie E. 


538 


488 


Steadman, Van Norman 


569 


168 


Stearns, Larry M. 






Stearns, Martha 


569 


512 


Steedly, Hampton B., Jr. 


513 


568 


Steele, Clyburn Scott 
Steele, Joy Hutcheson 


569 


537 


Steele, Mary Lee 




537 


Steele, Ronald E. 
513 


247 


229 


Steele, William J. 
513 


189 


512 


Steer, John Richard 


244 


459 


272, 569 




537 


Steer, Robert L., Jr. 


238 


259 


244, 257, 423 




537 


Stegall, Donald Terry 


538 


268 


Stegall, Jane P. 


569 




Steifle, James W. 


229 


219 


231, 234, 268,473 




512 


Steigler, Harold J. 


248 


537 


473 






Stein, Mary Susan 


569 


512 


Stein, John R. 


513 


459 


Steiner, Theodore H. 


513 


568 


Steinfeldt, Paul J. 


172 


223 


513 
Stembridge, Carol A. B. 




537 


Stenstrom, Michael K. 
268, 569 


189 




Stephens, Brenda G. 


307 


488 


538 




172 


Stephens, Carrol T. 






Stephens, Franklin J. 


569 


568 


Stephens, Gerald S. 


569 




Stephens, Llewellyn R. 


433 


311 


Stephens, Ronald K. 
Stephens, Robert L. 


538 


513 


Stepp, John E. 


209 


568 


219, 277,488 




259 


Stepp, David Lewis 


538 




Stepp, Kenneth S. 


224 



, Jr. 



, Jr. 



105 
513 



Stepp, Richard Monroe 
538 



Sterghos, Peter Meros 
Stevens, Constantine 
Stevens, John E. 
Stevens, Linda J. 
Stevens, Robert S. 
Stevens, William G. 
Stevens, William J., Jr. 
Stevenson, Charles E. 

227,231, 264,448 
Stevenson, John A. 
Stevenson, James C. 
Stewart, Arden Wm. 

538 
Stewart, Dwight L., Jr. 

538 
Stewart, Frederick M. 
Stewart, G rover C. 
Stewart, John C. 
Stewart, Mendel H. 
Stewart, Michael T. 
Stewart, Robert L. 

569 
Stewart, Tessa Leah 

538 
Stickle, Rollin J. 
Stiegel, Russell E., Jr. 
Stimson, Irene E. 
Stinson, Durward B. 

448 
Stith, John M. 
Stith, Louis P. 
Stoddard, Wm R. 

448 
Stokely, Dave R., 

473 
Stokes, Eleanor M. 

513 
Stokes, Edward R. 

513 
Stokes, James Leonard 
Stoll, Charles v., Jr. 
Stone, Brice Morris 
Stone, Charles Henry 
Stone, Dudley D. 
Stone, Malcolm E. 

569 
Stoner, James H., Jr. 
Storen, Louis E., Jr. 
Stout, James Robert 
Stout, Melinda Nixon 
Stovall, Joyce Ann 
Stover, Virginia Anne 
Strack, Jeffrey F. 
Strange, Ralph J., Jr. 
Strayer, Phillip N. 
Street, Frank R. 

538 
Street, John Calhoun 
Streett, Charles W., Jr. 
Stribling, Eugene G. 
Stribling, Sam P., Jr. 
Strickland, Cynthia 
Strickland, David E. 
Strickland, John G. 
Strickland, Marshall 
Strickland, Monte 
Strickland, Nancy W. 
Strickland, Watson S. 
Stringer, Robert M., Jr. 
Strock, Woodrow G., Jr. 
Stroman, David R. 
Stroman, Richard L. 
Strong, Wm Leroy 

268, 538 
Stroud, Jack Allen, Jr. 

538 
Stroup, Karl F. 

231, 248,473 
Stuart, Martha A. 

229,311,448 
Stuart, Wm Robert 
Stuckey, Barbara B. 
Stuckey, B. N., Jr. 
Stuckey, William A., Jr. 
Stukane, Robert J. 
Sturgis, Al Heyward 

569 
Sturgis, Wayne A. 
Styron, Marian Dale 
Suber, Frank T. 
Suber, Harry H. 
Suber, John F. 

423 



538 
569 
459 
569 
488 
513 
168 



569 
253 



569 
513 
433 
448 
538 
275 



513 
513 
569 
175 

569 
538 
265 



268 

538 
569 
538 
538 
513 
247 

513 
538 

538 
569 
569 

513 
569 
243 

569 
513 
569 
513 
569 
473 
209 

569 
513 
569 



569 
513 



262 

229 

162 

538 

423 
433 
569 
251 

473 
538 
423 



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PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Suber, John Thomas, Jr. 


569 


Suber, Thomas W., Jr. 


569 


Suber, ZacheousH., Ill 


448 


Suddeth, Howard Allen 




Suggs, Kenneth M. 


289 


488 




Suit, Tommy Scott 


538 


Sullivan, Benjamin R. 


569 


Sullivan, Dennis R. 


538 


Sullivan, Henry G., Jr. 


423 


Sullivan, James E. 


538 


Sullivan, Michael D. 


423 


Summer, Joseph T. 


238 


260,513 




Summerell, George C. 


226 


513 




Sursavage, Joseph G. 


105 


423 




Sursavage, James R. 


233 


569 




Susini, Dominic J. 


170 


268, 569 




Sutherland, C. T., Jr. 


241 


488 




Sutherland, Danny Ray 


229 


538 




Sutherland, Peter W. 


569 


Sutherland, Richard H. 


538 


Sutor, Steven Vernon 


569 


Sutton, Cole Benjamin 


538 


Sutton, Melinda Jean 


569 


Sutton, Wm Ray 




Svendsen, Virgil G. 


513 


Swails, John M. 


513 


Swaim, James R. 


488 


Swan, Robert R. 


569 


Swan, Stephen H. 


513 


Swanger, Danny H. 


513 


Swanson, Richard W. 




Sweeney, Michael P. 


538 


Sweeney, Stephen J. 


538 


Swerling, Jack B. 




Swicord, John H. 


448 


Swindell, James R. 


538 


Swofford, Joseph E. 


569 


Syfan, James Daniel 





Taggart, John L. 
Takvorian, Kenneth B. 
Talbert, Christian D. 
Talbert, John N., Jr. 

513 
Talbert, Robert James 
Talbert, Thomas W., Jr. 
Talbot, Edward W., Jr. 

423 
Talley, Wm., Jr. 

569 
Tallon, William A. 
Talmage, Thomas D., Jr. 
Tamsberg, John B. 
Tang, Kamchuen Peter 
Tankersley, Joseph J. 
Tanner, David B. 

473 
Tantillo, Thomas A. 

513 
Tarpley, Carl L., II 
Tarver, Wm Byrd, Jr. 
Tate, Gloria E. 
Tate, Larry Verner 
Tawes, George Dana 
Taylor, Billy Askins 
Taylor, Charles D , Jr. 
Taylor, David Elmer 
Taylor, Everett A. 
Taylor, James G. 
Taylor, Larry C. 
Taylor, Louis Ervin 
Taylor, Linda Jean 
Taylor, Luther L. 
Taylor, Larry W. 

513 
Taylor, Michael Wm 
Taylor, Prudence G. 
Taylor, Robert E. 
Taylor, Robert R. 
Taylor, Stanley D. 

569 
Taylor, Stephen E. 

569 
Taylor, Stephen Hoy 
Taylor, Thomas D. 
Taylor, Ted H. 



569 
538 
244 



569 
538 
569 
513 
268 



513 

569 
513 

538 
569 
538 
569 
513 
513 
433 
569 
569 
569 
268 

569 

569 
569 



570 
570 
433 



Taylor, Wm Franklin 


570 


Taylor, Wm Michael 


570 


Taylor, Wm Randolph 


570 


Teal, Richard D. 


570 


Tedcastle, Robert A. 


277 


513 




Teeple, Elizabeth C. 


570 


Templeton, James L. 


247 


513 




Templeton, Robert S. 


538 


Tennant, Clifton 0., Jr. 




Tennant, Mark Harris 


253 


538 




Tennent, Charles H. 


513 


Terrell, Joseph M. 


570 


Terry, Bruce Dudley 


538 


Terry, Donald K. 


433 


Terry, John David 




Terry, Robert Cooper 


570 


Terry, William R. 


251 


513 




Thackston, Michael R. 


538 


Thackston, Richard K. 


570 


Thakkar, Harshad H. 




Theiling, Dale L. 


513 


538 




Theiling, Henry W., Jr. 


247 


Thigpen, James C. 


570 


Thoma, Lawrence D. 




Thomas, Bernard C. 


570 


Thomas, Charles M. 


570 


Thomas, Craig M. 


171 


459 




Thomas, David L. 


570 


Thomas, Goodwin G., Jr. 


538 


Thomas, James E. 


513 


Thomas, James Howell 


229 


254, 268, 538 




Thomas, James M. 


459 


Thomas, Ricky L. 


473 


Thomas, Robert Lester 


570 


Thomas, Reuben S. 


251 


513 




Thomas, Richard W., Jr. 


513 


Thomas, Sara A. 


275 


570 




Thomas, Stephen C. 


513 


Thomas, Sarah J. 




Thomas, William R. 


259 


538 




Thomas, Wm Rutledge 


488 


Thomason, Robert M. 


224 


513 




Thomasson, John E. 


570 


Thompson, Allan J., Jr. 


229 


247, 513 




Thompson, Bruce W. 


513 


Thompson, Chas Evans 




Thompson, David E. 


448 


Thompson, David Frank 


570 


Thompson, David W. 


231 


275, 570 




Thompson, George G. 




Thompson, Jamesine E. 


538 


Thompson, John F. 




Thompson, James M., Jr. 


538 


Thompson, Julius P., Jr. 


513 


Thompson, Jesse U. 


538 


Thompson, J. Wesley, Jr. 


149 


152, 159, 223, 238 


,448 


Thompson, Larry S. 


570 


Thompson, Marion C. 


538 


Thompson, Ray M. 


247 


514 




Thompson, Robert S. 




Thompson, Stanley H. 


219 


514 




Thompson, Stephen M. 


473 


Thompson, Tommy D. 


514 


Thompson, William E. 


514 


Thompson, Walter P. 


514 


Thompson, Wm Walter 


538 


Thomson, Robert E., Jr. 


514 


Thomson, Wm Ray 


219 


538 




Thorndike, Henry G., Jr. 


570 


Thorne, Michael D. 


514 


Thornhill, Marcus J. 




Thornton, Robert R. 


538 


Thorsland, Everett C. 


459 


Thrash, Ralph M. 


514 


Thrasher, Gloria J. 


514 


Thraves, William W. 


473 



Thrower, Ronald A. 
Thrower, Ryan S. 
Thurston, Paul W. 

448 
Tibbs, Harry David 
Tilley, Julia Wood 

448 
Tilley, Michael L. 
Tillirson, Michael L. 
Tillman, William G. 
Tillotson, Herman W. 
Tillotson, Ronald S. 
Timmerman, Rebecca E. 
Timmons, Jerry R. 

514 
Tingler, Ralph Glenn 
Tinsley, Arlie Don 
Tinsley, David Earl 
Tinsley, Harry L. 

167, 514 
Tinsley, Sandra E. 
Tipping. Steven B. 
Titus, Roger T. 
Todd, George Albert 

273, 488 
Todd, Joseph A., Jr. 
Todd, James R. 
Todd, Thomas D. 
Tolley, Charles R. 

514 
Tollon, Francis J. 
Tomlin, James C. A. 
Tomlinson, Thomas D. 
Tompkins, David L. 
Tompkins, James E. 

514 
Toole, Milton A. 
Toole, Walter Allen 

227, 570 
Tooley, Belinda J. 
Tornstrom, John P. 
Torrence, Alan K. 
Torrey, Wayne Douglas 
Tortora, Agostino P. 
Touchstone, Wm Allen 

570 
Toussaint, Peter 
Towles, Winfield C. 

243, 448 
Townsend, Edward C. 

538 
Townsend, John F., Jr. 
Townsend, Skippy J. 

514 
Toy, John James 
Trainor, Robert P., Jr. 

248, 473 
Trammell, Henry S. 
Trapnell, Jerry E. 

277, 489 
Trapp, Richard D. 
Traughber, Pitner A. 
Traynham, John David 
Traynham, Jerry Wayne 
Trepal, George James 

539 
Trescot, Ronald E. 

448 
Trevor, Katherine L. 
Trexler, Caleb L., Jr. 

448 
Tribble, Annie S. 
Triolo, Anthony Carl 
Triplett, Laurence E. 
Tripp, Sara Gene 

539 
Trivelas, Chris N. 
Tropea, Lawrence C, Jr. 

251, 473 
Trotter, Mary Jane 
Troublefield, George 
Troup, Robert Randal 
Truluck, Gerald L. 
Trythall, Wm David, Jr. 
Tsui, Charles L. 
Tuck, James H. 
Tucker, David Albert 
Tucker, James W., Jr. 

189, 539 
Tucker, John Wotring 
Tucker, Richard M. 
Tupper, Joseph L., Jr. 

448 



448 
488 
231 

538 
311 

459 
570 
514 
570 
538 

251 

570 

570 

570 

84 

459 
514 



433 
514 



538 
514 
105 

514 
159 

514 
538 



570 
262 



538 
159 



514 
268 



570 
219 



488 
224 



538 
570 
243 



539 
305 



570 
514 
309 

570 
159 

570 
570 
539 
489 
570 

473 
570 
182 

539 
514 
204 



Turbeville, William S. 
Turk, Michael C. 
Turner, Dale W 
Turner, Danny W. 
Turner, George Carol 
Turner, Gilbert E., Jr. 
Turner, Harry C, Jr 
Turner, James E. 
Turner, James H 
Turner, Joseph J., Jr. 
Turner, John Parnell 

539 
Turner, Lanny Earl 
Turner, Leroy R. 
Turner, Nancy Larsen 
Turner, Ray A. 

514 
Turner, Richard M., Jr. 
Turner, Walley A. 

514 
Turner, William H. 

448 
Turner, William N. 
Turpin, Danny L. 
Turpin, Frank H., Ill 

448 
Tusso, Robert Joseph 
Tuten, James Stanley 
Tuttle, Diane E. 
Tuttle, Linda Cameron 
Tyndall, Susan R. 
Tyner, Hugh L., Sr. 
Tyner, Joel O. 
Tyson, Carole Nan 

539 
Tyson, Joseph S. 

235, 305, 423 
Tyson, Stephen E., Ill 

Uller, Margaret Sara 

514 
Ulmer, Andrew M. 

459 
Ulvedal, Svenn 
Underhill, Ronald R. 
Underwood, Edward,Jr. 
Upchurch, Billy T. 
Upton, Michael S. 
Ur, Alexander, III 

570 
Urquhart, Colin James 
Utter, William T., Jr. 

Valentine, Ted S. 

473 
Valerio, Paul N. 
Valesky, Thomas C. 
Vallentine, Patricia 

424 
Vandeerve, John 
Vandusen, Donald Lee 
Van Duyn, John W. 
Vandyke, Norwood J. 
Van Hook, Robert I., Jr. 
Van Loon, Wilhelmus 

539 
Van Osdell, Douglas W. 
Varady, Lewis David 
Varnadore, John E. 
Vaughan, Charles G., Jr. 
Vaughan, Dan B. 
Vaughan, James A. 
Vaughan, Kenneth Lee 
Vaughan, Samuel R. 
Vaughn, Jerry W. 

277, 474 
Veal, Charles David 
Vehorn, Daniel Leon 
Vehorn, James R. 

514 
Vento, Michael W., Ill 
Verdee, Peter Richard 
Vermillion, Don W. 
Vernon, Jack Spruill 
Verross, Wm. Edward 

539 
Vick, John Peter 
Vick, Oscar N., Ill 

459 
Vignati, Joseph E. 
Villers, David H. 
Vincent, Larry E. 
Vinson, James R. 



514 

489 
229 
539 
570 
570 
489 

570 
164 

570 
433 



570 
159 



539 
105 



570 
539 
570 

473 
307 

217 

570 

227 

271 

433 
539 



539 
282 



539 
489 



539 
570 
255 

473 
539 

539 

247 

570 
539 
570 

474 
473 
570 
459 
224 



539 
227 



449 
539 



570 
229 



570 
271 



474 
489 



Warfield, Frederic P. 
Waring, Thomas B. 
Warlick, William M. 

222, 514 
Warner, Cynthia K. 
Warner, Gary R. 
Warner, Lee Arlington 
Warner, Stephen Dixon 
Warren, Angus H. 
Warren, James Dyson 
Warren, James O., Jr. 
Waters, Charles Tutan 

539 
Waters, Frederick E. 
Waters, James B. 
Waters, Keith H. 

233, 289, 449 
Wates, Julian R. 
Watkins, David P., Jr. 
Watkins, Frederick H. 

474 
Watkins, John Douglas 
Watkins, John P. 
Watkins, Kathy Cheryl 
Watkins, Mary Frances 
Watlington, Charles L. 
Watson, Ben G. 

571 
Watson, Charles J. 

459 
Watson, Joseph P. 
Watson, Lawrence R. 
Watson, Paul C, Jr. 
Watson, Robert A. 

233, 571 
Watson, Roderick Mel. 
Watson, Robert N. 

277, 474 
Watson, Ronald R. 
Watson, Sherrill L. 
Watson, William Ira 
Watson, William J. 

474 
Watt, Lonnie Durell 
Watters, Douglas G. 
Watts, James U. 

474 
Watts, Linda Ann 
Watts, Michael A. 

265, 268, 449 
Way, Albert W. 

514 
Way, Powell E., Ill 
Way, Ronald C. 
Weatherly, Ervin H. 

514 
Weathers, Bob Young 
Weathers, Henry F., Jr. 
Weathers, Raymond L. 
Weaver, George R. 
Weaver, John Jacob 
Weaver, Jeffrey P. 
Weaver, Jimmy S. 
Weaver, Lawrence E, 
Weaver, Nelson Taylor 
Webb, Randall W. 

539 
Webb, William D. 
Weber, William L. 
Webster, William C. 
Weddell, Peter F. 
Weeks, Benjamin F., Ill 
Weeks, James E., Jr. 514 
Weers, Walter A. 
Weill, Nancy Carol 
Weinbrenner, Thomas T. 
Weingartner, Karl 
Weinrich, Dale R. 
Weir, Wm. Arthur 
Weisman, John K. 
Weiss, Robert Irwin 

571 
Welborn, Lynn Charles 
Welborn, Robert H. 

449 
Welch, Benjamin C, III 
Welch, Fredrick D., Jr. 
Welch, Walter M., Jr. 
Welfare, HowardR., Jr. 
Weller, R. Norman 

265, 449 
Wells, Charles M. 
Wells, James Larry 



489 
571 
182 

514 
514 
539 
539 
539 
571 
571 
105 



514 
539 
268 



539 
539 

247 

271 

571 
489 
514 
242 

571 
244 

514 
571 
539 
269 

539 
539 
269 

539 
159 



539 
459 
304 

539 
571 
489 

571 
449 
424 
539 
539 
244 



265 
539 
471 



514 
539 
424 
571 
571 
571 
189 

571 
279 



514 
474 
159 

571 
539 



NAME 



NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



NAME 



Violette, Dolores A. 

514 
Visconti, Lawrence B. 
Vissage, James E,, Jr. 

474 
Vogel, Frank Howard 
Vogel, Harold C. 
Voiselle, Michael T. 
Vollers, ChasT., Ill 
Von Roemer, Arthur H. 
Vroome, Ray L. 

Wacek, Rudolph W. 
Waddell, Douglas E. 

539 
Waddell, John H. 

489 
Waddell, Penny Marie 
Wade, Connie S. 

514 
Wagener, Earl H. 
Wagener, Kenneth B. 
Waites, Terry Len 
Walcher, Allen Ralph 

514 
Walden, Derryl L. 

514 
Walden, William R. 
Waldo, Lewis G. 
Waldrep, Julian S., Jr. 
Waldrep, Perry R. 

514 
Waldron, Wm. Joseph 
Waldrop, Harrell H. 

227, 449 
Walfield, Ronald A. 
Walker, Davis Camp 
Walker, Dorothy E. 
Walker, Douglas L. 

489 
Walker, Flournoy C. 

424 
Walker, George D. 
Walker, Jerry C. 
Walker, Joseph L., Jr. 
Walker, Jack O'Dell 

251, 539 
Walker, James W. 
Walker, Larry S. 

259, 424 
Walker, Michael L. 
Walker, Richard C. 
Walker, Wesley F. 
Wall, John 
Wall, James Harmon 
Wall, Wm. Timmerman 
Wall, Walter Virgil 

539 
Wallace, Frederick L. 
Wallace, James R., Jr. 
Wallace, Tommy M. 
Waller, Donald Neal 
Wallis, Mary Lamb 
Wallmo, A. Charles 
Walls, Faye Robertson 
Walsh, Dennis H. 
Walter, Alan C. 
Walters, Anna C. 
Walters, James David 
Walters, Dibbon K. 
Walters, Johnnie J. 

514 
Walters, Lexie D. 
Waltman, George S., Jr. 
Waltman, James R. 
Walukewicz, Paul D. 
Wannamaker, James L. 
Wansley, Neina E. 
Ward, David O. 
Ward, James C. 

474 
Ward, John R. 

474 
Ward, Malcolm B. 
Ward, Rembert Brien 
Ward, Wm. Augustus 
Warden, Robert D. 
Wardlaw, David Allen 

571 
Wardlaw, Foster 8., Jr. 
Wardlaw, Wm. Guyton 
Ware, William S., Jr. 

233, 514 
Wells, Richard H. 



227 Wells, Ronald M. 

474 
570 Wells, Robert S., Jr. 
225 Wells, Wayne Carter 

Welsh, Thomas S. 
570 Wempe, Ralph Edward 
433 Wendell, Philip H. 
514 Wendt, James Robert 

Wennersten, Robert S. 
539 Wenz, Edward Allen 
539 Werner, Charles M., Jr. 
514 

Werzyn, Edward A., Jr. 

261 Werts, Richard B. 
Wessinger, John H. 

289 West, Allan Eugene 

West, Arthur S. 
570 West, Charles H. 
105 West, Eugene M., Jr. 

West, Richard Wayne 

Westbrook, James F. 
449 Westergaard, Andreas 
570 539 

260 Westervelt, Wm James 

Westmoreland, Billy D. 
259 Westmoreland, John D. 

Weston, John D. 
539 Whalen, John N. 
514 Whaley, George F. 

570 Whaley, WilkieW., Jr. 
105 Wham, George S. 

Wham, Norman W., Jr. 
433 Wharton, John Earl 
181 Whatley, Keith W. 

Wheatley, Robert C. 

571 571 

571 Wheeler, George D. 
571 Wheeler, John Hugh 
305 Wheeler, James J., Ill 

Wheeler, Mark H., II 
305 Wheeler, Richard D. 

Whelchel, Don Vance 
514 Whelchel, Kenneth E. 

Whetsell, David M. 
489 540 

222 Whetstone, Walter D. 

Whitaker, Jon Marvin 
474 Whitaker, Mary Agnes 
235 White, Charles G. 

152,424 
514 White, Daniel R. 

White, David Vernon 
514 White, Edward T., Jr. 
539 448 

White, Frank W. 
571 259, 424 

259 White, James R., Ill 

White, James W. 

White, Killough H. 
571 White, Phyllis Ann 
571 243, 571 

571 White, Robert Bruce 
539 White, Rickey Norris 
571 White, Shelley J. 
310, 515 
514 White, Thomas Britton 
514 White, Warren C. 
571 Whitehead, Joseph B. 
247 515 

514 Whitehead, Wm Kenneth 

262 Whitehurst, Donald 
Whitehurst, Joan 
Whiteside, Frank C, Jr. 

571 Whitfield, Gary T. 
539 268, 474 

539 Whitfield, Harry H., Jr. 
449 Whitfield, Larry F. 

Whitfield, Michael L. 

Whitley, Alton C, Jr. 
251 Whitlock, Judson L. 

Whitmire, Charles G. 
251 Whitmire, Ralph C. 

Whitmire, Ronald Earl 
489 540 

571 Whitney, David C. 

152, 157, 169, 220, 
571 253, 279, 449 

279 Whitney, Robert K. 
168, 269, 540 

Whitsel, Joel Hayden 
571 Whittaker, Charles B. 
105 Whittaker, David M. 

Whittenberg, Ezra V. 
449 Whittington, Forest 



571 
539 
539 
571 

571 
539 
105 

571 
571 
571 
571 

489 
539 
571 
571 
247 

571 
539 
514 
515 
474 
540 
424 
540 
540 
540 
515 
171 

540 
571 
515 
515 
571 
571 
433 
247 

571 

540 
149 

540 
540 
219 

235 

515 

540 
170 

571 

540 

84 

571 
571 
253 



571 
234 

449 
515 
571 
489 
571 
571 
489 
253 

149 
221 

151 

105 
540 
571 
540 
571 



Wicker, David L. 

238, 261, 515 
Wicker, Grady Daniel 
Wickham, John M. 
Wiechnik, Dennis M. 
Wielenga, Bob L. 

489 
Wielenga, James Lee 

540 
Wier, William W. 
Wiggers, Daniel S. 
Wiggers, Michael E. 
Wiggins, Donald A. 
Wiggins, James E., Ill 
Wiggins, Michael J. 

515 
Wiggins, Robert Lee 
Wiggins, Thomas Camp 
Wilburn, William D., Jr. 

540 
Wilder, Robert L., Jr. 
Wilder, Robert M., Jr. 
Wiley, Wm Harvey, II 

540 
Wilfinger, Wm Joseph 
Wilkerson, Theodore R. 
Wilkie, Henry M. 
Wilkie, Joseph Arthur 
Wilkins, David H. 

233, 449 
Wilkins, John Lee 
Wilkinson, Harold S. 

540 
Wilkinson, Robert M. 
Wilier, Jay Stephen 
Williamon, Richard M. 
Williams, Ann L. 
Williams, Alice R. 
Williams, Benjamin F. 

247,413,474 
Williams, Billies. 
Williams, Charles A. 
Williams, Dale Carter 
Williams, David Frank 
Williams, Donna Sue 
Williams, George C, Jr. 

459 
Williams, George L., Jr. 
Williams, Gary P. 
Williams, Howard W. 

572 
Williams, John Fred 
Williams, James M., Ill 

540 
Williams, James N., Jr. 
Williams, James R. 
Williams, Norman A. 

572 
Williams, Robert H. 

515 
Williams, Terry E. 
Williams, T. Fleming 
Williams, Thos Foster 
Williams, William G. 
Williams, Wilbert R. 
Williamson, Darra D. 

152, 164, 540 
Williamson, Gene R. 
Williamson, George F. 
Williamson, Howard D. 
Williamson, Jas E., Jr. 
Williamson, James F. 
Williamson, Joseph W. 
Williamson, Mary D. 
Williamson, Robert C. 

449, 540 
Williamson, William R. 
Willimon, Eugene P., Jr. 
Willingham, Thomas B. 
Willis, Gary Neil 
Willis, Perry D. 
Willoughby, Mitchell 

515 
Willson, Harold J. 
Willson, John F. 

449 
Willson, William P., Jr. 
Wilson, Bruce Robert 
Wilson, Charles B. 

242, 268,515 
Wilson, Claude D. 
Wilson, Charles N. 

515 
Wilson, Donald Carson 

256, 540 



217 

571 
515 

219 

265 

515 
571 
515 
572 
515 
242 

572 
572 
519 

459 

259 

572 

515 

540 
227 



572 
540 
227 
540 
572 
233 

572 
572 
572 
540 
572 
271 

515 
540 
268 

572 
240 

282 
572 
275 



572 
572 
572 
515 



572 
515 
572 

540 
572 



572 
572 
515 
255 

231 
219 

515 
572 
224 

474 
225 



Wilson, Douglas Craig 


540 


Wilson, Danny R. 


489 


Wilson, Eros Wayne 


572 


Wilson, Frankie D. 


515 


Wilson, Francis G. 


515 


Wilson, Garland K. 


572 


Wilson, Hugh T., Jr. 


268 


474 




Wilson, Jane A. 




Wilson, Janice E. 


572 


Wilson, James L., Jr. 


515 


Wilson, James M. 


449 


Wilson, Kathy Lynn 


283 


572 




Wilson, Liuedean L. 


572 


Wilson, Nancy Lynn 




Wilson, Patsy Ann 


540 


Wilson, Peggy Lynn 


540 


Wilson, Prince Otto 


489 


Wilson, Roger Dale 


572 


Wilson, Ray L., Jr. 


540 


Wilson, Richard P. 


231 


253, 572 




Wilson, Robert R. 


209 


234, 474 




Wilson, Robert W., Jr. 


515 


Wilson, Thomas A. 


515 


Wilson, Thomas G. 


424 


Wilson, Thomas W., Jr. 


231 


540 




Wilson, Waylon B.,Jr. 


433 


Wilson, Wm Gaines 


572 


Winburn, John Dewey 


572 


Winburn, Michael S. 


540 


Wincott, Donald R. 


572 


Winfield, John H. 


572 


Wingard, Ronald A. 


490 


Wingo, Michael Bryant 


540 


Winkley, Carl R. 


572 


Winguist, Marina E. 


572 


Wise, Andrew P. 


490 


Wise, Janieth K. 


572 


Wise, Larry Vernon 


572 


Wise, Norman C. 




Wise, William H., Jr. 


255 


515,540 




Wise, Wm Robert ! Ill 




Wisher, Ricky Arnold 


540 


Wisinger, Conrad W. 


572 


Witaszek, C. George 


490 


Witherspoon, James H. 


540 


Witherspoon, Steven H. 


515 


Witowski, Stan S. 


572 


Witt, Leonard E. 


515 


Witter, James Dee 


572 


Witter, Richard Byron 


540 


Wittschen, Dale A. 


150 


151, 572 




Wojeck, Geraldine A. 


572 


Wolfe, Lenaire F. 


277 


490 




Wolper, Judith Carol 


540 


Wolter, William F. 


251 


474 




Womble, Louis R., Jr. 




Wommack, Vivian C. 




Wood, Larry Dale 


572 


Wood, Robert Mc, Jr. 


572 


Wood, Richard Oeland 


572 


Wood, Stephen Leroy 


540 


Woodall, James M. 


540 


Woodham, James T. 


572 


Woodham, Mildred A. 


540 


Woodland, George H., Jr 


. 490 


Woodruff, James R. 




Woods, Auburn, III 


540 


Woods, Clark E. 


255 


515 




Woods, Forrest James 




Woods, John A. 


251 


449 




Woods. John M., Jr. 


148 


159,474 




Woods, Nelson H. 


515 


Woods, Norman H., Jr. 


275 


515 




Woodside, Alice T. 




Woodson, John C. 


515 


Woodson, James D. 




Woodward, Richard H. 


175 


449 




Woody, Arthur J. 


515 


Woody, Cheryl D. 


572 


Wooten, Richard D., Jr. 


515 


Wooten, Richard E. 


572 



Wordinger, Robert Jas 
Workman, Hayne B., Jr. 
Workman, James H. 

449 
Workman, Michael C. 
Workman, Mary S. 
Worsham, George F., Jr. 

540 
Worsham, John Wesley 
Wray, Stephen G. 
Wrenn, John D. 
Wright, Carol Ann 
Wright, Clyde R. 
Wright, David C. 

515 
Wright, Deborah M. 

311,540 
Wright, Diana Sara 

540 
Wright, James Earl 

572 
Wright, James G., Jr. 
Wright, Mildred A. 
Wright, Mary Theresa 
Wright, Michael W. 
Wright, Paul R. 
Wright, Rosalind M. 

515 
Wright, Randall Neil 
Wright, Stephen L. 
Wright, Simeon P. 
Wright, Thomas H., Jr. 

515 
Wright, Thomas Lee 
Wright, Wm Brown 
Wright, Wm Goley 
Wu, Hsuan Wen 
Wyatt, Larry Walker 

540 
Wyckoff, Robert Allan 
Wylie, Robert Scott 
Wyont, Charles Edward 

Yapanar, Deniz 
Yarborough, James A. 

289, 433 
Yarbrough, John McD. 

572 
Yauger, Raymond A. 
Yawn, Herman H., Jr. 
Yeargin, Charles R. 
Yeargin, Andra Jean 
Yendrek, Dennis S. 
Yockey, Pamela A. 

515 
Yoke, William E., Jr. 

289,515 
Yonce, Henry D. 

424 
Yongue, Charles C. 
Young, Deryl D. 
Young, Darrell Moore 
Young, Gary F. 
Young, James Carl, Jr. 

424, 540 
Young, Larry C. 
Young, Mary Claudia 
Young, Marlene E. 
Young, Manley S., Ill 

459 
Young, Thomas B., Ill 
Young, Vivian Elise 
Youngblood, Cecil G. 
Youngblood, James R. 

540 
Yount, David E. 

515 
Youtz, Richard D., Jr. 
Yow, Charles R. 

Zagurski, Bohdan 
Zambon, Carl Anthony 
Zatezalo, George D. 
Zeigler, Roland L. 
Zeis, Carl L. 
Zelada, Edmundo R. 
Zepke, Brent Eric 
Zepke, Barry G. 
Zepke, Diane Gulley 
Ziegler, Gary J. 
251, 277 
Zink, Edward Charles 
Zuidema, Robert A. 
Zukowski, Richard M. 
Zupa, Ronald P. 



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233 

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540 
229 

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572 

572 
572 
269 



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572 
572 
515 
515 
170 

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515 
515 
189 

572 
540 
572 



572 
572 

540 



180 

189 

572 

540 
572 
572 
309 

233 

272 

540 
540 



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515 
572 
159 



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540 
268 

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541 



541 
572 
541 
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541 
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Tin Cans Judged Too Noisy 

nking At The Games ^m j^g Tigers Rebound ? [|/|j\Q' 

Senate Passes Bill Barring Women 
From Dorms, Allows Room Drinkir 



But Always A Gentleman ^^udent 



Power 



Fina 



Midwinters 



Girls In Dorm 



Student Eats 21 Hambur 
Student High Court Acquits ^ i p ii 
Two Of Dorm Visitation 

Tiger Gets Mini Lette 

HUnj/T ^^ Saturday Class 
^ 'J Studied By Facult 



NSA 



It all started when I walked 
into Al's Barber Shop and sat 
down in the second rhaii' from 
the end. The barber, who was 
part Indian, asked me, "How 
do you want it." 

"Short." 

So he took his edging shears 
and ran it down the center of 
my head, leaving a path of 
eighth-inch hair on a head full 
of two-inch hair. "Like that?" 
he asked. 

"No." So he evened it up a 
little bit and put shoe polish 
over the bare spots. 

I thanked him for his kind- 
ness and patience, paid him, 
kicked him in the shin, and left. 



YMCA To Present 
New Christy Minstrels 



alifornia Dreamin' At Clemson ; 
Tigers Return To The Cow Pala< 

CD A Rat Ho 

ACC Showdown Set r^r* 



Coeds Suggest Whither Goest Clems 

Social Variety QQ TIGERS 



The 1968 Rush Week activities sponsored by 
the Interfraternit>' CouncU are now in full swing. 
Tonight, the selected rushees will be the guests of 
the various fraternities at invitational smokers 
from 7-10 p. m. 



Mass In F Minor 



Rush Week 



ns 



Students Beaten 
At Truck Stop 



Once Upon A Tin 



•s 



Y Concert Loses Money 



^FL Drafts Three Tigers 



UNIVERSITY?? An ex- 
clamatory question mark 
studies it profoundly, and de- 
cides it must be some sort of mis- 
take, because it couldn't pertain 
to any one or any thing here. 
It means learn and learn to- 
gether, promoting ideas that 
were heretofore unheard of, but 
is prostituted into meaning this, 
a sinking slush, a groggy pro- 
ducer of sluggish garbage that 
can add nothing-NOTHING! 
SHLAAAAAPORSHHHH - 
NOT CLEMSON! 



No 



British Baritone 
Sings Here Feb. 6 



Alabama Tickets Scan 
Frosh Must Sit On Gra 



Freshmen Opposed To 
Abolishing Rat System 



The Sandbox 



Get Hemphill We^ 



1 students should develop 
n rules and regulations con- 
iormitory and personal life, 
o desire. They should be able 
free from domination by any 
trator. 



Players To Stage 
''The Crucible" 



Saturday night from 8 to 12 
midnight, Marvin Gaye wUl 
perform with Tammle Terrell, 
his accompanist, singing his 
"It Takes Two" and "Ain't No 
Mountain High Enough" and 
"Your Unchanging Love." 

CDA President Dennis Cart- 



WSBF To Award Prizes 
For Pigskin Predictions 

Dorm Hours And Remoteness 
Present Problems For Coeds 



Pransksters Damage 
Pool With Tractor 

Study Time Again